We loved Visual Studio code in the office, and many of us have started to use it as the default editor and to program. Personally, I have started using it both at work and at home. I was surprised at how light it is and the few resources it uses and everything it offers in return, it simply does more with less and better than the competition.
I've been using it for more than 16 months and one of the things I liked most is how nice and clean its interface is, not many editors look so good by default, so I have not wasted my time trying to improve it because it seemed perfect to me.
Visual Studio Code implements by default Git and does it very well, making commits was never so pleasant!
The autocomplete is also excellent, although it does not include autocomplete for all the languages it can be added through plugins. The plugins is another strong point of VSC there are many and their quality control is very good.
We also have the configuration, which is done through a configuration file (very well organized and documented) and that it is possible to share with other users of your team or with yourself in different computers.
And it also support linux which personally i liked so much because is my main OS at home.
Not support many languages so you have to resort sometimes to third-party plugins
At the beginning I was reluctant to use VSC, however much I was recommended. After trying it you can not live without it and you will become your default code editor.
Not support many languages so you have to resort sometimes to third-party plugins, which is not really something negative but they could improve the support of default languages