flozano
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Preferred editor or IDE for development work

Inspired by this discussion in the automation community:
https://learn.redhat.com/t5/Automation-Management-Ansible/Besides-CLI-editors-what-are-you-using/m-p...

Which is your preferred code editor or IDE for doing development work? Maybe you have differenct choices deppending on the programming language, framework, project duration, team size, workation OS, or target runtime.?

I see most enterprise shops want a heavy weight IDE such as JBoss Developer Studio, Oracle Developer, and InteliJ. But most 'cool' developers seem to prefer a light-weight editor such as Atom.

What's your take?

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SteveN
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Vim - but I see coleagues using Eclipse Che and Atom.  I need to check out RubyMine and PyCharm - thanks for mentioning them :)

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raphael
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I'm also a big fan of JetBrains, and because of that, I'm a huge fan of IntelliJ IDEA for heavy stuff in general. Otherwise, I like to stick with VScode and Sublime for everyday use. I'd like to use vim for easy tasks too. cheers!
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