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Remote.It sponsored the Qiita Engineer Festa 2022 article submission campaign and announced the winning articles at the Qiita Engineer Festa 2022 Online Meetup held recently.
Android watch-keeping camera using remote.it by @senbishi
While the explanation of remote.it's functions and procedures is simple, I found the idea of using an Android smartphone as a remote destination device to make a remote camera very interesting. I hope you will continue to use remote.it in various situations in the future. (If possible, it would be great if you could follow up with additional instructions on how to set up remote.it!)
This article, along with another article submitted by @ussvgr, was very helpful in following up on the technical aspects that were missing in applying remote.it to Kubernetes, while also going into detail about the functions and procedures of remote.it, such as the differences in proxy connection methods. We hope you will try the P2P connection as well. Thank you very much.
Connecting to Bare Metal with remote.it by @Brutus
This was a strong article on a topic where remote.it is used in many situations. remote.it was explained in detail, and we especially appreciated the fact that it was the only article in the entire submission that mentioned the difference between P2P and Proxy connections. We hope you will introduce remote.it to your own community.
The article touched extensively on remote.it's functions and usage, and the explanations and procedures were very easy to understand. I think the content can be used as a general reference in a variety of cases. Thank you very much.
That's all for the award-winning articles.
Thank you to all the engineers who submitted articles!
The video of the study session held for the campaign is available on YouTube, where you can learn about the features and basic usage of Remote.It with a demo, so please take a look!