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Facebook is moving to Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code for internal development

Facebook has a long history of partnering with Microsoft on different projects, such as a recent one focused on deepfake detection algorithms that could help big social platforms prepare for a world where everyone with a computer and internet access can create photorealistic videos that can get viral before we even realize they’re not the real thing.

Now, the social giant has announced that it’s making Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code the default development environment for its engineers moving forward. Previously, they’ve been using a unified internal solution built around the Nuclide open-source project, as well as Emacs.

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