I use a mixture of Visual Studio, vscode, ssms, Azure Data Studio, PyCharm, Jetbrains Rider and IntelliJ 🙂
If you are developing .net code on a windows machine then you can't really beat visual studio (especially with resharper), the debugger is top of the range and if you have enough memory and the solution isn't too big then it is great.
.net development in vs code is ok but not great so for x-plat I prefer Jetbrains Rider for c#.
Powershell I use vscode and things like web development (typescript support is great), for python i'm leaning more towards pycharm than vscode but if I just want to write a quick script then will probably default to vscode.
I think it is important to try new tools and see what is available, then be flexible.
I don't often write t-sql now but when I do i'll either use ssms or azure data studio, probably more likely azure data studio more and more.