Showing posts with label cheatsheet. Show all posts
Showing posts with label cheatsheet. Show all posts

Monday, March 17, 2014

Eric Ligman's List of "Free Microsoft Office 365 Resources, Training, Virtual Courses..."

Microsoft Sales Excellence Manager - Eric Ligman - How To Get Free Microsoft Office 365 Resources, Training, Virtual Courses, and More

Microsoft Office 365 provides a cloud-based service that enables individuals and businesses to accomplish the tasks they want to, where they want to, when they want to, all with the familiar Microsoft Office platform they’ve been using for years. By enabling this experience across devices, both in the cloud and offline, it lets people accomplish more, easier, in a much more efficient way. Whether you are new to Microsoft Office 365 or have been using it for awhile, I thought I would let you know about many free resources we have available to you from Microsoft to help you get the most out of your Microsoft Office 365 subscription.

What’s New – Find out what’s New for each of the Microsoft Office 2013 applications you get with Microsoft Office 365:

Quick Start Guides

Microsoft Virtual Academy Sessions

Free eBooks

Video Sessions

Are you a U.S. Microsoft Partner?

Support -


You've been hearing allot about Office 365 recently. If you're new to it, here's a bunch of great resources to help get you up to speed quickly... and cheaply... :)

Wednesday, March 05, 2014

A Windows 8.1 C# Code Snip Sheet, Vol 1...

msplebanon - "W8.1 C# Cheat Sheet Vol.1" by Moalla Ilani

After a long experience with new developer students, I have seen some are thirsty for very basic codes to startup their first apps. Some spend hours on search engines to find the codes they need from open source websites, and from professional point of view, being familiar with search engines is a great talent to have, while other fresh students are still not familiar and may give up from first time.

So cheers this is a safe place to start, this cheat sheet is full of very basic and useful C# windows 8 codes that will help you run your first apps, and you will always stay in need for it whatever professional you are. Of course I may miss some codes you may be waiting for, please feel free to tell me about in order to add them. So before beginning, I recommend everyone to save this cheat sheet on their desktop, in a notepad.txt file, and continue on adding some useful codes to it for future daily use, so that you save time and be more productive.


Nice little collection of Windows 8.1 code snips...

Friday, February 21, 2014

Microsoft Open Specifications Posters v2 released (Think "Wow, that's allot of spec's" Posters)

Microsoft Downloads - Open Specifications Posters

The Open Specifications Posters (PDF format) make it easy for interoperability developers to explore the Open Specifications overview documents for Office client, Lync, SharePoint, Office file formats, Exchange Server, SQL Server, and Windows.

Version: 5.0

Date Published: 2/21/2014

ExchangeOpenSpecPoster.pdf, 556 KB

MicrosoftOpenSpecPoster - Accessiblility Version.pdf, 336 KB

OfficeLyncOpenSpecPoster.pdf, 669 KB

SharePointOpenSpecPoster.pdf, 606 KB

SQLOpenSpecPoster.pdf, 1,011 KB

WindowsOpenSpecPoster.pdf, 1.0 MB

The Open Specifications Posters (PDF format) make it easy for interoperability developers to explore the Open Specifications overview documents for Office client, Lync, SharePoint, Office file formats, Exchange Server, SQL Server, and Windows. The posters display, by functional area, the protocols, file formats, and related technologies, as described in each overview document. A high-contrast poster is also provided for those with visual accessibility needs that contains listings for all functional areas .

Some cube art to help when you get visited by the "Microsoft is closed and the devil" guy (I know you know that guy...)

Here's a snap of the Windows PDF;



Related Past Post XRef:
Office/Exchange File Format,Specification and Protocol Documentation refreshed
Microsoft Format and Specification Documentation 0712 Refresh (Think Office 2013 CP update). Oh and some SharePoint Doc's too
Microsoft Format and Specification Documentation Refresh ("Significantly changed technical content") [Updated: Includes updates for Office 15 Technical Preview ]
Microsoft Office File Formats and Microsoft Office Protocols Documentation Refreshed
Microsoft Office File Formats and Protocols documentation updated for Office 2010 (Think “Now with added ‘X’ flavor… DocX, PptX, XlsX, etc”)

Microsoft Open Specifications Poster

XAML Language Specification (as in the in the full XAML, WPF and Silverlight XAML Specs)

"Microsoft SQL Server Data Portability Documentation"

MS-PST file format specification released. Yep, the full and complete specification for Outlook PST’s is now just a download away.
Microsoft Office (DOC, XLS, PPT) Binary File Format Specifications Released – We’re talking the full technical specification… (The [MS-DOC].pdf alone is 553 pages of very dense specification information)
DOC, XLS and PPT Binary File Format Specifications Released (plus WMF, Windows Compound File [aka OLE 2.0 Structured Storage] and Ink Serialized Format Specifications and Translator to XML news)

Thursday, February 20, 2014

Setting up your Windows VM debugger support, a cheat sheet

Got Kernel? - Cheat Sheet: Break into a Windows machine with a debugger

Short version - there steps:

1.  Enable debugging on the Windows guest machine.

2. Change the VM settings to support debugging via named pipe.

3. Configure your debugger and break in.

Longer Version:


Some nice steps that might not be obvious for those who don't usually setup external debuggers.

Tuesday, January 07, 2014

The cheatsheet to end [of time][them all] - BBC's "Timeline of the far future" (far as in, one hundred quintillion years, far)

Gizmodo - A Cheat Sheet For the Next 100 Quintillion Years

Did you know the Hale-Bopp comet will return 2,372 years from now, while in 50,000 years, Niagara Falls will disappear? And a mere 5 million years from now, men will be extinct, thanks to the Y chromosome's instability. These are just some of the gems in the BBC's Timeline of the Far Future, a major events forecast for the next 100 quintillion years.


BBC - Timeline of the far future

As it is the beginning of the year we at BBC Future think it’s the perfect time to look ahead.

First, we brought you a prediction of the forthcoming year. Then we brought you a timeline of the near future, revealing what could happen up to around 100 years time. But here’s our most ambitious set of predictions yet – from what could happen in one thousand years time to one hundred quintillion years (that’s 100,000,000,000,000,000,000 years). As the song says, there may be trouble ahead...



That's awesome and I think a great plot for a Science Channel series?

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Bingo! Your BS Bingo Cards for about every occasion

Agile ScoutBulls*t Bingo Scaled Agile Framework


Before each daily scrum, visit Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) Bingo and print one copy of this game card for each player,refreshing the page before each print, or have the players print their own bingo cards. These instructions will not be printed. You can also select an embeddable card only version of the game or a multiple card version of the game when playing on line, or with a smart phone.

Check off each block when you hear these words during the daily scrum...

Bullshit Bingo Game!


Software Development Bingo!

Before each meeting or conference call, visit Software Development Bingo and print one copy of this game card for each player, refreshing the page before each print, or have the players print their own bingo cards. These instructions will not be printed. You can also select an embeddable card only version of the game or a multiple card version of the game when playing on line, or with a smart phone.

Check off each block when you hear these words during the meeting or conference call. When you get five blocks horizontally, vertically, or diagonally, stand up and shout "BULLSHIT!!!". Or play as a drinking game and for every block you mark off, take a sip, and finish your drink each time you get five blocks in a row


I didn't see a "Yearly Budget Planning Bingo" card... must work on that.  :P

Tuesday, December 03, 2013

RegEx'ing - The RefCardz

DZone - Refcardz - 196: Regular Expressions

The Essential Regular Expressions Cheat Sheet

A regular expression, also known as a regex or regexp, is a way of defining a search pattern. This Refcard assumes no prior knowledge of regular expressions covers basic features of regular expressions, including normal and special characters, quantifiers, capturing and non-capturing groups, and more.


About Regular Expressions

A regular expression, also known as a regex or regexp, is a way of defining a search pattern. Think of regexes as wildcards on steroids. Using wildcards, *.txt matches any-thing followed by the string ".txt". But regular expressions let you e.g.: match specific characters, refer back to previous matches in the expression, include conditionals within the expression, and much more.
This Refcard assumes basic familiarity with program structures, but no prior knowledge of regular expressions. It would be wise to play with as many of the examples as possible, since mastering regex requires a good deal of practical experience.

There is no single standard that defines what regular expressions must and must not do, so this Refcard does not cover every regex version or 'flavor'. Parts of this Refcard will apply to some flavors (for example, PHP and Perl), while the same syntax will throw parse errors with other flavors (for example, JavaScript, which has a surprisingly poor regex engine).

Regular expressions are supported in most programming and scripting languages, including Java, .NET, Perl, Python, PHP, JavaScript, MySQL, Ruby, and XML. Languages that do not natively support regular expressions nearly always have libraries available to add support. If you prefer one regex flavor to the flavor the language natively supports, libraries are often available which will add support for your preferred flavor (albeit often using a slightly different syntax to the native expressions).


If you've been following me for any length of time you'll have heard me whine about how much I stink at regex'ing. I just don't do it near enough to feel comfortable with it, let alone even approach "good." Heck, I'm so far from good I can't see it with binoculars (on a clear day, flat plain, no wind... you get the picture). Man, I'm luckily I can even spell regex. In short, this cheat sheet was written just for me! I guess since it the holidays I can share though... :P

If I were really cool, I'd have created a regex that created that title instead of using literals... But today has been a long week and well, I guess I'll leave that as an exercise for all of you.

Monday, November 25, 2013

If you're not cheating, you're not... using these new Windows Runtime Network API cheat sheets

Windows App Builder Blog - Network API cheat sheets available now in the download center

The network APIs have tremendous depth and enable your app to work in many ways.  But it can be hard to figure out how and when to use the different APIs.  To help you out, the Windows Networking Team has created poster-sized cheat sheets with overviews and code samples of the most popular network APIs.  And, we’re working on more!

The cheat sheets tell you about the different APIs. But which API is the right one to use, and when? Here's an easy way to figure it out:

  • Are you connecting to an HTTP server?
  • Are you connected to a classic TCP or UDP server?  Or to Bluetooth? Use the Windows.Networking.StreamSocket (TCP and Bluetooth) or DatagramSocket (UDP and Multicast) classes.
  • Are you connecting to one of the new "WebSocket" servers?  They aren't classic sockets (and don't interoperate with classic sockets), but they can tunnel through corporate proxies and interoperate with up-to-date HTML5 browsers.  Websockets are in the Windows.Networking.Sockets namespace.
  • Are you connecting to people in the same room? (For example, with Near Field Communication (NFC) tap to connect)?  If so, use the Windows.Networking.Proximity PeerFinder and related classes; this can give you back a StreamSocket that you can use to communicate with peers.

Our first pack of cheat sheets are for the HttpClient, Sockets, and Background Transfer APIs.  Download the pack now from the Microsoft Download Center. And let us know what other cheat sheets you need! [GD: Post Leach Level: 99%]

Microsoft Downloads - HttpClient. Background Transfer, and Sockets Network API Poster for Windows Runtime Developers

Windows runtime developers! This Network API poster describes some of the most popular Network APIs in the Windows Runtime classes. The set of posters includes HttpClient, Background Transfer, and Sockets 

Version: 8.1

Date Published: 11/13/2013

WinRT81-HttpClient-BT-Socket-Poster.pdf, 502 KB

The poster is provided in PDF format. When you print it from the PDF, specify the dimensions as landscape Tabloid size (11 inches by 17 inches).



Worse case, this will make for nice Cube Poster-ware... Best case it will help you build even more awesome .Net'enabled Windows Runtime app's... :)

Monday, October 28, 2013

Seven for SQL... Seven Free eBooks from Pinal Dave and

Journey to SQL Authority with Pinal Dave - SQL SERVER – Download FREE PDFs from

Throughout the last seven years, we have created many PDF downloads from and many are very much appreciated by users. I just wanted to list all the downloads which we have created so far in a single place, hence here is the blog post which contains all the PDF downloads which we have created so far.

  • SQL Server Interview Questions and Answers Download
  • Beginning Big Data with NuoDB
  • SQL Server Management Studio Keyboard Shorts Download
  • SQL Server 2008 Certification Path Complete Download
  • SQL Server Cheat Sheet Download
  • SQL Server Database Coding Standards and Guidelines Complete List Download
  • SQL Server Indexing Checklist

Download Now

A couple eBooks for you to share with your DBA friends...


Related Past Post XRef:
Pinal Dave updates his SQL Server Cheatsheet for SQL Server 2012

Tuesday, October 08, 2013

How do the Microsoft Office Servers Integrate? Here's a high level look....

Microsoft Downloads - Feature Integration Across Microsoft Office Products

Illustrations for cross-server features: This multi-tab file includes descriptions and architecture illustrations for features that work across Microsoft Office server products. (Exchange Server, Lync Server, SharePoint Server) 

Version: 1.2

Date Published: 10/7/2013

SPEL_FeatureIntegration.vsd, 6.0 MB

SPEL_FeatureIntegration.pdf, 799 KB




I thought this kind of neat, seeing how these different server products integrate and leverage the different server features (and wonder at the possible pain troubleshooting it if something goes wonky...)

Tuesday, September 03, 2013

[Not Humor] Windows To Go Fact Sheet from the NSA

NSA - Information Assurance - Configuring Windows To Go as a Mobile Desktop Solution

Windows To Go is a new feature of Windows 8 Enterprise that allows a fully functional Windows 8 instance to be run from an external USB flash drive. When a host machine is booted from a Windows To Go drive, the user experience is the same as the Windows 8 Enterprise desktop. This document provides uses cases, security and administrative considerations, configuration recommendations, and instructions for creating a secure Windows To Go device.



Also of note for our Friends at the NSA:

IAD's Latest Security Guide Helps Customers Protect Home Networks

The Information Assurance Directorate (IAD) at NSA recently released a new technical guide entitled Best Practices for Securing a Home Network. This guidance could not be more timely in light of the increasing threats to U.S. public and private networks, alike. Over the past ten years, IAD has provided many guidance documents to customers outlining practical tips for improving the security of all kinds of applications, operating systems, routers, databases, and more. Recently, Best Practices was produced in video format. Take a moment to view the guide, or watch the video.

I've not seen much about Windows To Go recently, and given the recent NSA news, I thought it cool  to show another view of the NSA, one that's positive and helpful [insert "We're from government and we're here to help..." no, wait that's snarky... no snarkyness, darn it!] And a four page guide of useful information from a government source?

(via reddit/windows - NSA Instructions on “Configuring Windows To Go as a Mobile Desktop Solution”)


Related Past Post XRef:
ars technica provides its own "Windows To Go" step-by-step setup guide
Windows 8 To Go - A step by step setup guide...
Windows 8 on a stick... A look at the "Windows To Go" feature coming with Windows 8

Friday, June 14, 2013

"The Essential HTML5 Mobile" DZone Refcardz Cheat Sheet (reg-ware)

DZone - Refcardz - 186: HTML5 Mobile Development

The Essential HTML5 Mobile Cheat Sheet

This Refcard is intended to bring you up to speed, and help you jump head-first into mobile HTML5 development. The card first covers the most important HTML5 mobile technologies, including key variations by platform and device, then offers a cream-of-the-crop selection from the vast ecosystem of tools, frameworks, and communities that have sprung up to support mobile HTML5 development. The card assumes basic knowledge of core web development technologies (JavaScript, HTML, CSS).


I still think this whole web thing is a fad, let alone mobile web... Oh wait, it's the whole native phone app thing that's a fad, yeah, that's it! (We can only hope ;) If you think this too, then this checsheet might come in handy for you...

Friday, May 03, 2013

Free'ish [reg-ware] Windows 8 QRC (Quick Reference Card)

PC World - Get a free Windows 8 tips-and-tricks guide

Even for the most tech-savvy users, Windows 8 presents a bit of a learning curve. Just figuring out something as simple as shutting down your PC can be challenging.

Sure, you can read all the great Windows 8-related tutorials and how-to guides here at PC World, or even take a free online course. But sometimes your best bet is a cheat-sheet—something you can keep right beside your keyboard for at-a-glance information.

The folks at TradePub have just the thing: the Microsoft Windows 8 Quick Reference Card. It's a colorful two-page guide to Windows 8's most commonly used areas. And if you don't mind sharing a bit of personal information, it's free.

All you do is supply your contact info and some clues about your company and job role. (Not wild about including your phone number? Sign up for and use your Google Voice number, which is perfect for such occasions.) You'll need to include a valid email address so you can receive a download link for the card, which is provided as a PDF.



If you know someone new to Windows 8, this might come in handy. Beyond the card, there's the mentioned PC World resources too...

Friday, April 19, 2013

"The Essential Binary Repository Management Cheat Sheet" (Think "You've got bin's in my source VCS... No, you've got source in my bin VCS")

DZone - Binary Repository Management

The Essential Binary Repository Management Cheat Sheet

Software development produces both source code and binary artifacts, and both kinds of artifact need to be handled differently. This Refcard assumes basic familiarity with source repository management, and is intended to help you design and configure a binary repository, optimize it for various workflows, and fit it smoothly into your software development lifecycle.

From the PDF

❱ Repository Requirements
❱ Repository Design
❱ Hosting & Management
❱ Security & Maintenance
❱ Binary Releases
❱ Popular Repository Managers... and More!

Software development produces two distinct kinds of artifacts: (1) source code, and (2) binary artifacts. This Refcard assumes basic familiarity with source repository management, and is intended to help you design and configure a binary repository, optimize it for various workflows, and fit it smoothly into your software development lifecycle.



I liked the broad, cross platform nature of this refcard.  While for .Net Dev's, Nuget is pretty much the real go to for this, what I thought interesting was that two of the three products mentioned at the end provide Nuget support i.e. Nuget is as much an api as is a repository. Remember, you don't have to use if you don't want too. Nuget makes it very very easy to use other repositories...

Friday, April 12, 2013

DevOps & IntelliTrace, better than beer and pizza (well, maybe not THAT good, but...) Here's some ALM Ranger Guidance to show you why...

Visual Studio ALM + Team Foundation Server Blog - ALM Rangers ship guidance for DevOps bug resolution using IntelliTrace

We are pleased to announce that we have shipped a new exciting project, focused on IntelliTrace, under the Visual Studio Test Tooling Guidance umbrella.

This release supplements the Test Tooling Guide with the DevOps end-end scenario, giving you access to ALM end to end labs and guidance that include bug resolution using IntelliTrace.

The Epics included in the guidance are:
  • As Bill, the ALM Ranger, I would love practical and exciting DevOps & IntelliTrace Posters.
  • As Abu the Build Master, I would like practical guidance on how to to configure my TFS Build server to support IntelliTrace.
  • As Doris, the Developer, I would like practical guidance to resolve a bug in DevOps using IntelliTrace.
  • As Jane, the Infrastructure specialist, I would like practical guidance to implement IntelliTrace in DevOps.
The guidance includes the following artefacts:
  • Cheatsheet - Build Master DevOps and IntelliTrace Checklist
  • Cheatsheet - IntelliTrace Cheat Sheet
  • Cheatsheet - Ops view of DevOps and IntelliTrace
  • Hands-on Lab - Build (Symbols Configuration & Build)
  • Hands-on Lab - Dev (Client Side No Symbols Found Resolution)
  • Hands-on Lab - Ops (Collection for WPF Rich Client)
  • Poster - Encountering IntelliTrace technology in DevOps
  • Poster - Resolving bugs in DevOps with the help of IntelliTrace
  • Quick Reference Guide - Developer view of DevOps and IntelliTrace


The release is all PDF's at this point.


Here's a snap from many of them. Most, except for the Hands on Labs (HOL) are single pages...







Related Past Post XRef:
John shows us how IntelliTrace can be our secret debugging super power
Mickey Makes IntelliTrace Make Sense
IntelliTrace & *.itrace files eating your drive space?
Visual Studio 2010 Licensing White Paper (includes Team Foundation Server, Lab Management and IntelliTrace)
TechEd 2011 North America TFS v.Next News (Think Dev <-> Stakeholder and Dev <-> Ops edition)
Four chapters that didn’t make the “"Visual Basic 2010 Unleashed” book are being given to you free...
The Visual Studio 2010 Lab Management video tour – Six videos, 30 minutes, toward Lab Management guru’ism

Monday, February 04, 2013

Nine guides to get you going with Office 2013...

Office Blogs - Download our free Office 2013 Quick Start Guides

Changes bring exciting new features, but new versions of your favorite software can take a bit of getting used to.

To help ease the transition, we've put together nine handy Quick Start Guides that introduce you to the newest versions of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher, Access, Project, and Visio.


Whether you're coming from a previous version of Office and just want to see what's changed, or you're entirely new to Office and want a quick overview of how to get to the most important things, each guide provides helpful information that we've based directly on feedback from customers just like you.

The new guides are available as separate downloads, so you can grab just the ones you need:

1. Install the free Adobe Reader (if you don't already have it on your PC).

2. Browse and download our free Office 2013 Quick Start Guides.


Office 2013 Quick Start Guides

If you’re new to Office 2013, you can download any of our free Quick Start Guides. These printable guides contain useful tips, shortcuts, and screenshots to help you find your way around.

On Windows 8, you can open and view these guides in the Windows 8 Reader app without any additional steps. On older versions of Windows, you’ll need to install the free Adobe Reader before you can open and view these guides.



Short, sweat and free guides for getting started with Office 2013. One (yes, I've got a couple, I know! Imagine that!) of my pet peeves has been the change to Outlook's ToDo bar and how the future appointments have been removed. From what I've read, the replacement for that is the Pin Peek feature, shown below.


I guess I'm going to have to install Office 2013 (again) and see if  that does it for me. There are some cool features that I really do like in it, as long as I get 'right' with the changes...

(What? Oh what's my other beef with Office 2013? It's how they changed the formatting of the styles in OneNote. Heading 1 in OneNote 2010 and 2013 look very different. It kind of bytes when you have a shared Notebook and people using the two different versions... It's a little thing but for OCD guys... well, you know)

Friday, January 25, 2013

Everything you've ever wanted to know about HTTP in 6 pages or less (Think "DZone HTTP Refcardz")

Refcardz - 172: HTTP

The Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is an application protocol for distributed, collaborative, hypermedia information systems. HTTP is the foundation of data communication for the World Wide Web.

Hypertext is a multi-linear set of objects, building a network by using logical links (the so-called hyperlinks) between the nodes (e.g. text or words). HTTP is the protocol to exchange or transfer hypertext.



While none of YOU might need this, I know there's nuggets here that I can use right way. I mean I can wait to use this info to help explain to [name deleted... yes, you honey] why her "internet is broken..." :P

Monday, January 14, 2013

Where can you find an end-user Windows 8 touch/mouse cheat sheet? (hint... here)

Windows Enterprise Desktop - John Savill Offers Nifty Win8 Cheat Sheet

John Savill has been a player in the Windows world since the late 1990s, when his Windows NT FAQ became a go-to resource for IT professionals looking for Windows NT tips, tricks, and details that was both accurate and reliable. He’s continued to play a positive role in that world ever since, as a Microsoft MVP and a regular contributor to Windows publications and Websites of all kinds. These days, he works for Microsoft as a virtualization expert (his most recent book Microsoft Virtualization Secrets, provides lots of great info about Windows Server 2012, Hyper-V v3, and a panoply of uses for MS virtualization technologies). When he’s not busy doing his job, he’s still digging into new MS technologies, and building better tools to help ordinary users be productive. His Windows 8 Cheat Sheet for Keyboard and Touch...

Windows IT Pro - Windows 8 Cheat Sheet for Keyboard and Touch

Q: Where can I find a Windows 8 end-user cheat sheet with the most useful keyboard and touch commands?

A: Windows 8 users need help with touch and keyboard commands. Below is an image that displays the key shortcuts I've seen used by many organizations and that are most useful to a user.

Print it out as a small card and leave it on the desks of users. You can put your organization's logo on the back if double sided.




Thursday, January 03, 2013

Did ya get the memo? Let me send you another copy... Windows Phone 8 Delightful Design Memo (aka Cheat Sheet)

[Windows Phone] Modern UI memo to make beautiful applications on Windows Phone 7 & 8 ([Windows Phone] Memo ModernUI pour faire de belles applications sur Windows Phone 7 & 8)

In a previous article I presented you a memo sheet that summarizes all you need to know to develop applications on Windows 8 modernUI. This time it's around Windows Phone!

The developers have at their disposal the Center Windows Phone Dev to the modern look of the guidelines:

In order to not waste any time to search for information for each new application, I created a memo card which summarizes the important points for the development of your applications.

On this card you can thus find information on:

  • The various resolutions on Windows Phone 7 / 8
  • All type of logos and images to include in your application with different sizes
  • The different types of tiles,
  • The accent colors,
  • The icons available with font Segoe UI Symbol (the very good article Jonathan Antoine tires)... [GD: Machine Translated]


Sorry, had to use the memo line...

(via Windows Phone Geek - Cheat Sheet for Windows Phone Modern UI Design)