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Cheat sheets are awesome! Those just getting into a particular field love them for quick notes and tips to get through projects. Experienced IT professionals love a good cheat sheet to pass along to those they train or for a simple reminder of some basics they don’t use every day.
The TDC has no shortage of cheat sheets. From Learning to Code to navigating LinkedIn and links to many other technology cheat sheets, when we find one, we share it. That’s why when this Agile cheat sheet came across our desk, we knew we had to get it out there. If you’re in an Agile environment, have any intention of working in one, or just want a few tips to organize your projects, then have a look at this great infographic from James Cannings of MMT Digital.
Cheat sheets are helpful for independent contractors and technology professionals for so many reasons, and we love to share them. From learning to use LinkedIn to summarizing complex technologies, we’ve covered many areas with some great infographics.
This infographic from make a websitehub.com doesn’t earn points for style, but as far as information goes, it takes the cake. It covers everything you need to know to speed up your day while using jQuery. Better yet, if you’re already well-versed, you can pass it off to somebody who’s always asking you questions!
Regardless of how fantastic of a developer you are, there are very few people who manage to memorize every element of their specialty. Even if you do fit into that elite group, what about other languages and technologies where you have some knowledge, but don’t always remember it?
Have you ever visited OverAPI.com? This website is filled with cheat sheets and references that you can use while working on any technology job. For example, you can get a Python Cheat Sheet, jQuery Cheat Sheet, Ruby Cheat Sheet, PHP Cheat Sheet, Regex Cheat Sheet and many, many more!
Do you have any resources you like to use for quick reference guides? Please share them in the comments below!