Wednesday, July 14, 2010, The Developer focused cheat sheet aggregator (just about all languages, all areas, all the time…)

WebWorkerDaily - DevCheatSheet: More Useful Free Reference Cards

“If you liked QuicklyCode — a collection of cheat sheets that you can download, print out and pin up next to your monitor for handy reference — you’re going to love DevCheatSheet, an even larger collection of some 1,600 free cheat sheets and reference cards in various formats, gathered from all over the web.

Like QuicklyCode, DevCheatSheet is an ad-supported site that’s primarily aimed at developers, hence the “Dev” in the title, and the tagline “Cheat sheets for developers.” It has a huge number developer-friendly categories, including most of the major programing languages, operating systems, databases and frameworks. But it also has useful cheat sheets for many topics that non-developers will find useful, such as trigonometry, telephone country codes, color codes, social media, Google Docs, Photoshop, MS Office, Skype, Twitter and more. If you’re not a developer, it’s worth perusing the categories listed and as there are plenty of useful sheets hidden by the sheer number of highly technical topics


image - Visual Basic (VB) Cheat Sheets


This looks like a cool site to quickly find that cheat sheet you’ve been looking for… I appreciate that there’s an RSS feed to help me easily keep up with new Sheets as they are added.

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