Hello /g/, I was wondering what IDE is best for C#? I have been getting kinda sick of visual studio lately, thought it would be time to spice it up.
> inb4 sum funnayy guy says visual studio
... but there is no better IDE for C# than VS.
I abhor the idea of using VS for my day job, and will never work in another MS shop again, but even I know that.
Now, if you just want an alternative, rather than something superior: that's a different story.
Sublime with Omnisharp is great. There will be things that you will miss, but for non-enterprise level stuff it's good.
Omnisharp-Roslyn will probably be stable this year, so it'll get even better.
Sorry, Visual Studio is the only good IDE for C#.
I mean, since you decide to develop with a Microshaft circlejerk language that has hacked-together shit support for anything other than M$ products, you might as well go all out and spew your goo in Nutella's face.
But seriously, VS is pretty much the only good IDE for C#, because no one bothers to compete with the creators of the language.
If you don't care about having a subpar C# experience compared to VS and just really want to avoid VS, just use omnisharp with Emacs+EVIL, Vim, or Sublime as suggested above.
Or don't, and let your distaste for VS and MS eventually push you to leaving for a different kind of job where you don't write C#, but something else. ;)