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Would you recommend Visual Studio Code to a non-Windows developer?

Survey period: 18 Jul 2016 to 25 Jul 2016

Visual Studio code is cross-platform and supports tons of "non-windows" languages. Would you recommend it to a non-Windows developer?

OptionVotes% 
Yes, absolutely32425.80
Yes, probably32225.64
I don't know29423.41
Probably not15412.26
No way766.05
It depends866.85



 
GeneralRe: Bloody Python Pin
Kevin McFarlane19-Jul-16 6:58
Kevin McFarlane19-Jul-16 6:58 
GeneralMissing option: Pin
Johnny J.17-Jul-16 21:53
professionalJohnny J.17-Jul-16 21:53 
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RugbyLeague17-Jul-16 21:58
RugbyLeague17-Jul-16 21:58 
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Rob Grainger17-Jul-16 23:22
Rob Grainger17-Jul-16 23:22 
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Rob Philpott18-Jul-16 22:10
Rob Philpott18-Jul-16 22:10 
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Rob Grainger19-Jul-16 3:03
Rob Grainger19-Jul-16 3:03 
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Anurag Gandhi18-Jul-16 19:29
professionalAnurag Gandhi18-Jul-16 19:29 
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Dar Brett20-Jul-16 1:15
Dar Brett20-Jul-16 1:15 
Quote:
And What is a non-windows language? D'Oh! | D'Oh! | :doh:

Bash was the last time I checked...
GeneralRe: Missing option: Pin
Johnny J.20-Jul-16 1:24
professionalJohnny J.20-Jul-16 1:24 
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Dar Brett20-Jul-16 1:38
Dar Brett20-Jul-16 1:38 
GeneralDepends... Pin
Jim Meadors17-Jul-16 19:07
Jim Meadors17-Jul-16 19:07 

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