@Timmothy, you didn’t mention any reason why you switched away from Sublime Text, or why you switched to VS Code.
VS Code certainly has a few nice features that are better than Sublime, especially for new developers. The Git integration is really useful, and the ability to search for and install plugins without any changes out of the box is really nice. In my opinion, it’s the best free editor I’ve found.
Sublime Text, however, is really built for speed, has a huge number of plugins that work very well (assuming you’re aware of packagecontrol.io, anyway), and has zero trouble managing projects, large amounts of folders and files, tying in with build processes, etc.
The last time I tried VS Code, there was this incredibly annoying flash when opening files where the syntax coloring was still being applied, and you couldn’t choose more than one folder to open as a project. I might be wrong, but I don’t see how VS Code will ever possibly come close to the performance that Sublime has, though it may end up with more features built-in.