well.. back in the day Visual Studio wasn't as fast as it is now.. Yes definitely scripting is a good reason I should have mentioned :) .Net Core developers are a diverse bunch of people. The one on Windows tends to be on Visual Studio. The ones on Mac/Linux (myself included) more sways towards VS Code and other IDEs according to my findings (the not very scientific Twitter polls ;) ). Also you do dotnet new once per project, depends on how many projects you have I guess. Anyway appreciate your perspective Vitaliy
Just to add to this, I'm a Windows user with both full VS and VS code on my laptop. VS code and CLI for the win every day of the week! Full visual studio feels really cumbersome
I can understand that feeling
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