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The team I'm on is split between Eclipse and IntelliJ. I prefer Eclipse because we have several similar code repositories and Eclipse will search all of them while I haven't found a way to do that in IntelliJ
I've dabbled with Visual Studio Code and was able to figure out how to have just our main repositories show up in the workspace(or whatever they call it) to be able to search but I'm still more at home with Eclipse.
From my experience debugging issues with teammate's solutions, IntelliJ is sometimes "too smart for its own good." I like Eclipse's minimalist approach since it won't brick a solution on a repo pull. The downside being you need to fully understand how Java handles dependencies.
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