About PowerShell Open Source and the editor of choice!


Just before the "Windows PowerShell" section became available I posted some information that me be on interest under "Windows Server PowerShell" section. Go ahead and check it out at:





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I tried that as my editor when I was stuck with a Mac (IBM saving money deploying Macbook Pros) and have to say, Sublime was a much better editor on that platform for me.

Hi John,


Thanks for the comments! I'm checking Sublime and looks pretty cool.  My comment was must for those how are already using PowerShell Core in Linux. I think it would make much easy transition using VS Code for PowerShell.


But, as my deep dive into Linux, I definitely check other editors. 


Keep in touch,


I agree Sublime is very nice. But also very pricey. I've been testing Atom (atom.io) which is an open source editor w/ a similar package system that Sublime uses. So far a pretty good replacement.
I am loving vscode these days, the powershell extension update has made it my editor of choice.