re: The Rise of Microsoft Visual Studio Code VIEW POST

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That is very interesting. During my career, i saw a lot of editors and IDEs popping and most of them can still be found in your chart. VSCode is just really new, so maybe people just want to try it. In our company, we have a few hundred developers and I don’t know one that uses VSCode (but obviously I don’t know all of them). I know a couple that tried it for some time and then changed back.
Most developers I know (and it’s mostly Java/typescript) use IntelliJ or one of its descendants like AndroidStudio for specific tasks.
So as someone deep down in the comments mentioned, if you combine all IntelliJ-based IDEs, it’s about 22%.

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