Trying VSCode

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I’m slowly getting better with my Python coding, and this means I’m looking to optimise my development setup across available hardware systems (MacBook, Linux desktop, Windows laptop).

I’ve been using Nova for the past year or two, but it’s only available on macOS. On Linux desktop I’m using Sublime Text 4.x, but it’s rather tricky to develop new typing/hotkeys memory switching between editors and operating systems all the time.

With the above in mind, I’m going to try VSCode for a while - it seems sleek and powerful enough to become a default development environment across all my platforms.

Will keep you posted!

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