For work, I mostly request licenses for JetBrains IDEs, in the past few years, I migrated between IDEA, RubyMine and most recently Goland, depending on the project language.
Whenever there isn’t a matching JetBrains IDE for the language I want to work in or when needing to do simple things like editing files using multi-line selection/multi-cursors, my go-to has nowadays been VSCode. In the past, I loved both Sublime and TextMate. Oh, and want to really try Onivim in the future, but I’m hoping to win the Devtalk’s giveaway for the license first
Finally, neovim/SpaceVim for the shell/SSH, although I wish I learned more tricks for it.
They didn’t even release a binary for M1 Macs, and if someone wanted to compile it themselves, it wouldn’t be easy because it uses an older version of OCaml. I hope they are more serious than they look.
I use Doom Emacs which is emacs with evil-mode (pretty great vim emulation) built-in. I still got to try those newer neovim distribution to compare, but I quite like how I can easily jump in the source code of any function I’m using in emacs and just patch them to my liking ^^