• I use VS Code for Python development as it can be used in cross-platform situations and it light on things like Laptops nowadays with low storage space (solderd flash) but decent specs. Runs well on linux and doesnt clutter up the folder paths for deployment.


  • Used it since I started Linux and its held up well with no issues to complain about. It is also the most popular so that is a plus!


  • Save projects and junk that I dont need a project for on GitLab (test projects)


  • I use VS for C# use and every now and then, IronPython. Well-rounded IDE that I wouldnt use with Python/Django as it takes up to much storage space & cannot be used for linux testing.


  • I use GIT for source control,be it with just 1 person or a group. Helpful for issues, branches and the normal stuff that comes with source control


  • You have to have HTML to incorporate into web products with Django.


  • Saving all projects to cloud/server. More private than GitHub and not owned by Microsoft


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