WASM promised to made web apps much faster, and so a growing number of application can move on the web. It happen that WASM is also relevant on the server, thanks to WASI (WebAssemby System Interface) that allow programs compiled in WASM to access the server system calls. The WASM bytecode is very small in size, also fast, and safe as the WASM specifications was written with the browser and the web in mind (we have a long experience on security issues and learned a lot from that). Docker launched a beta version of Docker Desktop that allow running WASM binaries without an image. Let's look what that means and how can it be cool to have this in the future.