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Fixed Income Trading: New venues ( How many Fixed Income trading venues are there? )

How many Fixed Income trading venues are there?  [152]  A simple question came up recently in a conversation – how many new Fixed Income t...

Sunday, 29 May 2016

Node.js: Which IDE?

Over the years I've written code of varying qualities in varying quantities. One empirical observation is that the quality of the IDE has a direct correlation with developer productivity.  As an example, writing Sybase Stored Procedures in vi on Solaris was rather less productive than writing C# in Visual Studio.
I've used a broad mixture of tooling but I have yet to find a good IDE for Node.js.  So far I am using Microsoft Visual Studio with the open-source Node plugin.  It's not great, the IDE will get the dreaded "Not Responding" way too often for my liking, but it seems to be the best of a bad bunch.  I'd love to know if there is anything better out there...