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Discussion on: The Rise of Microsoft Visual Studio Code

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Chris Allnutt

I keep VS around for this very reason. If I'm working on a C# or .NET project it's tooling is very well tailored to that work, including additional niceties like break statements, inspections, and memory and CPU profiling.

For Node, Ruby, and Python I almost exclusively use VS Code.