Visual Studio Code has moved quickly from “what’s that? Part of Visual Studio? No? Then why did they call it that?” to become the hub of much of my daily work. This post contains a few of the things (5 to be precise) that I’ve done to make it work better for me. Maybe you can glean something useful. Maybe you can teach me something about how you use it – post a comment.
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