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Cases when Microsoft Visual Studio Code does not work

  1. Insufficient system requirements: Microsoft Visual Studio Code has certain minimum system requirements for it to function properly. If your system does not meet these requirements, you may experience issues while running Visual Studio Code. It is recommended to have at least 1.6 GHz or faster processor, 4 GB of RAM, and 200 MB of free disk space.
  2. Incompatible operating system: Visual Studio Code is designed to work on various operating systems, including Windows, macOS, and Linux. However, certain versions of the operating systems might not be supported by Visual Studio Code. Before installing, make sure to check the official documentation to ensure compatibility with your specific operating system version.
  3. Conflicting extensions: Extensions provide additional functionality to Visual Studio Code, but sometimes certain extensions can conflict with each other or with the core functionality of the editor. This can lead to issues such as freezing, crashes, or unexpected behavior. If you are experiencing problems, try disabling or removing extensions to identify the conflicting one.
  4. Outdated version: Using an outdated version of Visual Studio Code can result in compatibility issues and bugs. It is crucial to regularly update to the latest stable version of Visual Studio Code to benefit from bug fixes, performance improvements, and new features.
  5. Insufficient disk space: Visual Studio Code requires a certain amount of disk space to function properly. If your disk is running low on space, it can cause performance issues and limit the functionality of Visual Studio Code. Ensure that you have enough free disk space to accommodate the needs of the editor.
  6. Hardware acceleration issues: Visual Studio Code relies on hardware acceleration for rendering its user interface. In some cases, issues with graphics drivers or hardware acceleration settings can lead to rendering problems or crashes. Updating graphics drivers or adjusting hardware acceleration settings may help resolve these issues.
  7. Conflicting software: Certain third-party software, such as antivirus programs or other development tools, can interfere with the normal functioning of Visual Studio Code. Disable or temporarily uninstall any conflicting software to determine if it is causing the problem.
  8. Corrupted installation: If the Visual Studio Code installation files or settings become corrupted, it can cause various issues. In such cases, uninstalling and reinstalling Visual Studio Code can help resolve the problem.

How and where is Microsoft Visual Studio Code used?

Case NameCase Description
1. Remote DevelopmentMicrosoft Visual Studio Code allows developers to connect to remote machines or containers, enabling them to develop and debug their code on different platforms without having to set up a local development environment. This feature is particularly useful for collaborating with remote teams or targeting specific deployment environments.
2. Git IntegrationVisual Studio Code seamlessly integrates with Git, one of the most popular version control systems. Developers can easily manage their source code repositories, view changes, commit code, and perform branch operations directly within the editor. This simplifies the development workflow and facilitates collaboration among team members.
3. Language SupportVisual Studio Code supports a wide range of programming languages, including popular ones such as JavaScript, Python, Java, C++, and many more. It provides intelligent code completion, syntax highlighting, and debugging capabilities specific to each language, helping developers write code more efficiently and effectively.
4. Extensions MarketplaceThe Visual Studio Code marketplace offers a vast library of extensions developed by the community. These extensions enhance the editor’s functionality by providing additional features, language support, and integrations with various tools and frameworks. Developers can customize their development environment by choosing from thousands of available extensions.
5. Integrated TerminalVisual Studio Code includes an integrated terminal that allows developers to execute commands, run scripts, and interact with their development environment without switching to an external terminal window. This streamlines the workflow and saves time by keeping everything within a single interface.
6. Debugging CapabilitiesVisual Studio Code provides robust debugging capabilities for multiple programming languages. It supports breakpoints, step-by-step execution, variable inspection, and other essential debugging features, making it easier for developers to identify and fix issues in their code.
7. Live ShareLive Share is a collaborative feature of Visual Studio Code that allows developers to share their development environment with others in real-time. This enables seamless pair programming, code reviews, and troubleshooting sessions, even when team members are geographically dispersed.
8. Task AutomationVisual Studio Code enables developers to automate repetitive tasks through its task runner integration. Developers can define custom tasks, such as build processes, test execution, and deployment scripts, and execute them directly within the editor. This streamlines the development workflow and improves productivity.
9. IntelliSenseIntelliSense is an intelligent code completion feature in Visual Studio Code that provides suggestions and auto-completion for variables, functions, and libraries based on the context. This helps developers write code faster and reduces the likelihood of syntax errors.
10. Cross-Platform SupportVisual Studio Code is available for Windows, macOS, and Linux operating systems, making it a versatile choice for developers working on different platforms. It provides a consistent development experience across these platforms, allowing developers to seamlessly switch between machines without any compatibility issues.

Soft skills of a Microsoft Visual Studio Code Developer

Soft skills are essential for a Microsoft Visual Studio Code developer as they contribute to their overall effectiveness and success in their role. These skills go beyond technical expertise and encompass interpersonal and communication abilities that enable developers to collaborate, problem-solve, and thrive in a team environment.


  • Adaptability: Ability to quickly learn and adapt to new technologies, frameworks, and coding practices.
  • Effective Communication: Clear and concise communication skills to effectively convey ideas and collaborate with team members.
  • Time Management: The ability to prioritize tasks and manage time effectively to meet project deadlines.
  • Attention to Detail: Paying attention to small details and ensuring code quality and accuracy.
  • Teamwork: Collaborating effectively with other team members to achieve project goals and contribute to a positive team dynamic.


  • Problem Solving: Strong analytical and problem-solving skills to identify and resolve complex coding issues.
  • Leadership: Demonstrating leadership qualities by taking ownership of tasks, guiding junior developers, and contributing to team success.
  • Creativity: Thinking outside the box to come up with innovative solutions and approaches to coding challenges.
  • Attention to Performance: Optimizing code performance and identifying areas for improvement.
  • Collaboration: Working effectively with cross-functional teams, including designers, testers, and product managers.
  • Continuous Learning: A willingness to stay updated with the latest industry trends and technologies.
  • Critical Thinking: Applying logical reasoning and analysis to evaluate and improve code quality.


  • Mentoring: Guiding and mentoring junior and middle-level developers to help them improve their skills and knowledge.
  • Project Management: Ability to manage and lead complex software projects, including task delegation and resource allocation.
  • Conflict Resolution: Resolving conflicts and disagreements within the team to maintain a productive and harmonious work environment.
  • Effective Presentation: Delivering clear and engaging presentations to stakeholders, clients, or team members.
  • Strategic Thinking: Identifying long-term goals and creating strategies to achieve them.
  • Code Review: Providing constructive feedback and conducting thorough code reviews to ensure code quality and adherence to best practices.
  • Client Relationship Management: Building and maintaining strong relationships with clients, understanding their needs, and delivering solutions that exceed their expectations.
  • Decision Making: Making informed decisions based on a thorough analysis of available information and considering the impact on the project and team.

Expert/Team Lead

  • Technical Leadership: Demonstrating expertise in Microsoft Visual Studio Code and guiding the team in implementing best practices and architectural decisions.
  • Innovation: Driving innovation by introducing new technologies, tools, and methodologies to improve the development process and deliver exceptional results.
  • Strategic Planning: Developing long-term plans and roadmaps for product development and aligning them with organizational goals.
  • Team Management: Managing and leading a team of developers, including performance evaluations, mentorship, and fostering a positive work environment.
  • Effective Communication: Communicating complex technical concepts to non-technical stakeholders and influencing decision-making processes.
  • Risk Management: Identifying and mitigating potential risks and challenges in projects, ensuring smooth execution and delivery.
  • Business Acumen: Understanding the business context and translating it into technical solutions that drive value and meet customer requirements.
  • Continuous Improvement: Promoting a culture of continuous improvement by encouraging learning, innovation, and process optimization within the team.
  • Adaptability: Adapting to changing project requirements, technology advancements, and organizational dynamics.
  • Empathy: Understanding team members’ perspectives, fostering a supportive environment, and promoting diversity and inclusion.
  • Stakeholder Management: Building strong relationships with stakeholders, including executives, clients, and partners, to ensure project success and align with organizational objectives.

What are top Microsoft Visual Studio Code instruments and tools?

  • Debugger for Chrome: A powerful debugging tool that allows developers to debug JavaScript code running in the Chrome browser. It provides a seamless debugging experience with features like breakpoints, step-through debugging, and variable inspection. The debugger has been widely used since its introduction in Visual Studio Code in 2016.
  • GitLens: An extension that enhances the built-in Git capabilities of Visual Studio Code. GitLens provides valuable insights into code authorship, commit history, and code annotations directly within the editor. It has gained popularity among developers as it helps streamline version control workflows and improves collaboration.
  • ESLint: A widely used linter for JavaScript and TypeScript that helps developers enforce coding style conventions and identify potential errors. ESLint integrates seamlessly with Visual Studio Code, providing real-time feedback and suggestions to improve code quality. It has been a go-to tool for many developers since its integration in Visual Studio Code in 2015.
  • Live Server: A development server tool that allows developers to create a local web server with live reloading capabilities. It enables real-time preview of web applications and provides a convenient way to test and debug code during development. Live Server has been a popular choice among web developers since its introduction to Visual Studio Code in 2018.
  • CodeRunner: An extension that enables developers to quickly run code snippets in various programming languages without the need for a separate terminal or IDE. CodeRunner supports a wide range of languages, including Python, JavaScript, C++, and Java, making it a handy tool for experimenting and testing code. Since its release in 2016, it has been widely adopted by developers seeking a lightweight code execution tool.
  • Prettier: A code formatter that helps developers maintain consistent code style by automatically formatting code based on predefined rules. Prettier supports various languages, including JavaScript, TypeScript, CSS, and HTML, and offers customizable formatting options. It has gained popularity among developers for its ability to improve code readability and enforce consistent code styles since its integration with Visual Studio Code in 2017.
  • IntelliSense: A powerful code completion feature that provides intelligent suggestions and auto-completion for code in various programming languages. IntelliSense enhances developer productivity by speeding up code writing and reducing the likelihood of syntax errors. It has been a cornerstone of Visual Studio Code since its initial release in 2015, and its accuracy and versatility make it a standout feature.
  • Remote Development: A suite of extensions that enables developers to work on remote machines, containers, or Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) directly from within Visual Studio Code. This feature allows for seamless development workflows regardless of the underlying platform or environment. Remote Development was introduced in 2019 and has been highly regarded for its ability to simplify remote development scenarios.

Pros & cons of Microsoft Visual Studio Code

9 Pros of Microsoft Visual Studio Code

  • Lightweight and fast: Visual Studio Code is designed to be lightweight and optimized for performance. It launches quickly and has a small memory footprint, making it ideal for developers working on resource-intensive projects.
  • Cross-platform compatibility: Visual Studio Code runs on Windows, macOS, and Linux, allowing developers to use the same editor across different operating systems. This makes it convenient for teams with diverse setups.
  • Extensive language support: Visual Studio Code supports a wide range of programming languages out of the box, including popular ones like JavaScript, Python, C++, and Java. It also has a rich ecosystem of extensions that provide support for additional languages.
  • Powerful code editing features: Visual Studio Code offers a variety of features to enhance code editing, such as IntelliSense for auto-completion, syntax highlighting, code refactoring, and debugging capabilities. These features help developers write code more efficiently and with fewer errors.
  • Integrated terminal: Visual Studio Code includes an integrated terminal, allowing developers to execute commands directly within the editor. This eliminates the need to switch between the editor and external terminals, improving workflow efficiency.
  • Version control integration: Visual Studio Code seamlessly integrates with popular version control systems like Git, making it easy for developers to manage their code repositories and collaborate with others.
  • Customizable and extensible: Visual Studio Code offers a high degree of customization. Users can personalize their editor by choosing themes, keybindings, and settings that suit their preferences. Additionally, the editor’s functionality can be extended through the vast library of available extensions.
  • Active and supportive community: Visual Studio Code has a large and active community of developers who contribute to its development and provide support through forums, GitHub repositories, and online communities. This ensures that users have access to a wealth of resources and assistance.
  • Free and open source: Visual Studio Code is free to download and use. It is also an open-source project, which means that developers can inspect the source code, contribute to its development, or build their own custom versions.

9 Cons of Microsoft Visual Studio Code

  • Limited IDE features: While Visual Studio Code provides powerful code editing capabilities, it lacks some advanced features found in full-fledged integrated development environments (IDEs) like Visual Studio. For complex projects requiring extensive tooling support, developers may need to supplement Visual Studio Code with additional tools.
  • Steep learning curve for beginners: Visual Studio Code can be overwhelming for beginners due to its extensive feature set and customization options. New users may require some time and effort to learn the editor’s functionalities and make the most out of its capabilities.
  • Resource-intensive extensions: While extensions enhance the functionality of Visual Studio Code, some extensions can consume a significant amount of system resources, resulting in slower performance. It is important to choose extensions carefully and avoid using too many resource-intensive ones simultaneously.
  • Limited visual design tools: Visual Studio Code is primarily focused on code editing and lacks comprehensive visual design tools for web development or graphical user interface (GUI) design. Developers working extensively on UI/UX design may need to rely on additional software for these tasks.
  • No official mobile app: Visual Studio Code does not have an official mobile app, limiting the ability to code on the go. While there are third-party solutions available, they may not offer the same level of functionality and integration as the desktop version.
  • Less suitable for large-scale projects: Although Visual Studio Code is capable of handling large projects, it may not be as efficient as dedicated IDEs like Visual Studio when it comes to managing large-scale codebases. Teams working on complex enterprise projects may find other IDEs more suitable.
  • Limited support for legacy languages: While Visual Studio Code supports a wide range of modern programming languages, it may have limited support for older or less popular languages. Developers working with legacy codebases may need to rely on alternative tools for comprehensive language support.
  • Occasional stability issues: Like any software, Visual Studio Code may encounter occasional stability issues or bugs. However, the development team actively releases updates and bug fixes to address these issues promptly.
  • Dependency on extensions: While the extensibility of Visual Studio Code is a major advantage, some developers may become heavily reliant on specific extensions for their workflow. This can lead to issues if those extensions become deprecated or incompatible with newer versions of the editor.

TOP 10 Microsoft Visual Studio Code Related Technologies

  • JavaScript

    JavaScript is the most widely used programming language for web development. It is supported by Visual Studio Code and offers extensive libraries and frameworks.

  • Python

    Python is a versatile and beginner-friendly programming language. It has gained immense popularity for its simplicity and readability, making it a top choice for data analysis and artificial intelligence development.


    HTML and CSS are essential for building websites. Microsoft Visual Studio Code provides excellent support for these markup languages, enabling developers to create visually appealing and responsive web pages.

  • React

    React is a JavaScript library for building user interfaces. It allows developers to create reusable UI components, making the development process faster and more efficient. Visual Studio Code offers powerful tools for React development.

  • .NET Core

    .NET Core is a cross-platform framework for building modern applications. It provides a robust ecosystem for developing web, desktop, and mobile applications. Visual Studio Code offers excellent support for .NET Core development.

  • Node.js

    Node.js is a JavaScript runtime environment that allows developers to run JavaScript on the server-side. It is widely used for building scalable and high-performance web applications. Visual Studio Code provides extensive support for Node.js development.

  • Git

    Git is a distributed version control system that helps developers manage and track changes in their codebase. Visual Studio Code has built-in Git integration, making it seamless for developers to collaborate and manage their code repositories.

TOP 15 Facts about Microsoft Visual Studio Code

  • Visual Studio Code (VS Code) is a free source code editor developed by Microsoft.
  • It was first released in April 2015 and has gained immense popularity among developers since then.
  • VS Code is available for Windows, macOS, and Linux operating systems.
  • It is built using Electron, a framework for developing cross-platform desktop applications.
  • VS Code offers a wide range of features such as syntax highlighting, intelligent code completion, debugging support, and version control integration.
  • One of the standout features of VS Code is its extensive library of extensions, which allows users to customize and enhance their coding experience.
  • It supports a variety of programming languages including JavaScript, Python, C++, and many more.
  • VS Code has a built-in terminal that enables developers to run commands and scripts directly within the editor.
  • It has a highly customizable user interface, allowing users to personalize their coding environment according to their preferences.
  • VS Code provides seamless integration with Git, making it easy for developers to manage their source code repositories.
  • It has a powerful debugging feature that supports breakpoints, step-by-step execution, and variable inspection.
  • VS Code has a thriving community of developers who contribute to its continuous improvement by developing and sharing extensions.
  • Microsoft regularly releases updates for VS Code, ensuring that users have access to the latest features and bug fixes.
  • VS Code has a robust marketplace where users can discover and install extensions to further enhance their productivity.
  • It has a built-in command palette that allows users to quickly access various commands and features by simply typing.

Let’s consider Difference between Junior, Middle, Senior, Expert/Team Lead developer roles.

Seniority NameYears of experienceResponsibilities and activitiesAverage salary (USD/year)
Junior0-2 yearsAssisting in development tasks, bug fixing, code reviews, and learning from senior developers. Working on smaller, less complex projects under supervision.30,000 – 60,000
Middle2-5 yearsTaking ownership of individual tasks and modules, collaborating with other team members, and participating in code reviews. Developing medium-sized projects with moderate complexity.60,000 – 90,000
Senior5-10 yearsLeading development efforts, providing technical guidance and mentoring junior developers. Designing and implementing complex features, optimizing performance, and ensuring code quality. Collaborating with cross-functional teams and making architectural decisions.90,000 – 120,000
Expert/Team Lead10+ yearsLeading a team of developers, setting technical direction, and making strategic decisions. Mentoring and coaching team members, coordinating project timelines, and ensuring successful delivery. Responsible for overall project architecture, quality assurance, and performance optimization.120,000+

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