I am a JetBrains guy, but I use vscode and sublime for lightweight text editing.
I am currently playing with clojure and have decided to give vscode a chance as my main editor (mostly due to IDEA clojure plugin being pretty crappy IMO). I am not too thrilled. That editor feels just as slugish as JetBrains IDE-s, but doesn't offer nearly as much functionality.
Have you tried Cursive with IntelliJ? cursive-ide.com
Emacs + Doom + Cider is also a very powerful environment - albeit a fairly steep learning curve.
Cursive is the one I didn't like. Maybe I missed something, but I found it almost impossible to actually type my code due to its super-strict and kind of broken pair matching engine.
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