Your question was closed by 5 users as "opinion based" and after 9 days it was deleted by the community "roomba" as part of its cleanup routine
The Community user deleted my question! What gives?
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As to why it was closed in the first place... after a lot of rambling about keyboard shortcuts you get to the actual question:
is there a way to fairly seamlessly transition into using MacOS (and VSCode and terminal) from a PC Ubuntu context? What tools/settings should I use, or what should I be aware of?
Is a bit too broad and open ended. How to shift from one operating system to another from a personal perspective is a difficult question that is very much centred on the person making the shift and, to a large extent, boils down to "just get on with using it". It is quite simply a problem about retraining muscle-memory.
Being focused on how to train a person out of PC habits and into new Mac based ones also makes it more about humans than computers which again shifts slightly out of our communities remit which focuses on computer hardware and software rather than biological hardware and software.
Then there is the final part asking "what tools/settings" to use. Product recommendations are off-topic here as everyone has their favourite tools for particular jobs and often new tools pop up while old tools die. After a time it becomes a popularity contest between tools with the oldest one winning and no real way to judge "best".