Right now I'm fully on-board the VSCode train.
Before this, I used Atom for a couple of years, which was really nice and it looked good, but after installing a few plugins, the startup times and just general lack of super fast response made it a no-brainer when vscode launched.
No longer using sublime, unless I need a second small editor alongside the main one.
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