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awesome-cheatsheets - 📚 Awesome cheatsheets for popular programming languages, frameworks and development tools

  •    Javascript

📚 Awesome cheatsheets for popular programming languages, frameworks and development tools. They include everything you should know in one single file. I usually make a cheatsheet when I want to improve my skills on a programming language, a framework or a development tool. I started doing these kind of things a long time ago on Gist. To better keep track of the history and to let people contribute, I reorganized all of them into this single repository. Most of the content is coming from official documentations and some books I have read.

tldr - :books: Simplified and community-driven man pages

  •    Python

A collection of simplified and community-driven man pages. Install it with npm install -g tldr or try the web client.

test-your-sysadmin-skills - A collection of *nix Sysadmin Test Questions and Answers for Interview/Exam (2018 Edition)

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ℹ️ This project contains 250 test questions and answers that can be used as a test your knowledge or during an interview/exam for position such as *nix System Administrator. ✔️ The answers are only examples and do not exhaust the whole topic. Most of them contains useful resources for a deeper understanding.




Objective-C-CheatSheet - A quick reference cheat sheet for common, high level topics in Objective-C.

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This is not meant to be a beginner's guide or a detailed discussion about Objective-C; it is meant to be a quick reference to common, high level topics. Note: I wrote this over a stretch of 3 days, so it could probably use some editing and clarifications where necessary. Please feel free to edit this document to update or improve upon it, making sure to keep with the general formatting of the document. The list of contributors can be found here.

Swift-CheatSheet - A quick reference cheat sheet for common, high level topics in Swift.

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This is not meant to be a beginner's guide or a detailed discussion about Swift; it is meant to be a quick reference to common, high level topics. Note: This was written this fairly quickly, mostly to teach myself Swift, so it still needs a lot of love and there are important sections still missing. Please feel free to edit this document to update or improve upon it, making sure to keep with the general formatting of the document. The list of contributors can be found here.

python-cheatsheet - Basic Cheat Sheet for Python (PDF, Markdown and jupyter Notebook).

  •    Jupyter

Basic cheatsheet for Python mostly based on the book written by Al Sweigart, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python under the Creative Commons license and many other sources. Long time Pythoneer Tim Peters succinctly channels the BDFL's guiding principles for Python's design into 20 aphorisms, only 19 of which have been written down.

Awesome-CheatSheet - :books: Ultimate CheatSheets(Tutorials), overview of syntax, features and practical tips, collection of useful code snippets, go from zero to hero at fly

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:books: Ultimate CheatSheets(Tutorials), overview of syntax, features and practical tips, collection of useful code snippets, go from zero to hero at fly. :dizzy: 干货满满的全栈开发速学速查手册集锦


Penetration-Testing-Tools - Great collection of my Penetration Testing scripts, tools, cheatsheets collected over years, used during real-world assignments or collected from various good quality sources

  •    Python

This is a collection of many tools, scripts, cheatsheets and other loots that I've been developing over years for penetration testing and IT Security audits purposes. Many of them actually had been used during real-world assignments, some of them are a collection gathered from various sources (waiting to be used someday). This repository does not contain actual exploits. These I will release under separate repository in some point in future.

cats-cheatsheets

  •    TeX

PDFs of the cheat sheets can be found at http://arosien.github.io/cats-cheatsheets.

cheatsheet-kubernetes-A4 - :book: Kubernetes CheatSheets In A4

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TODO: rolling-update command is imperative, better use Deployments rollout. It's declarative.

cheatsheet-python-A4 - :book: Advanced Python Syntax In A4

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File me tickets or star the repo. License: Code is licensed under MIT License.

AWS-CheatSheet - ☁️ The AWS Cheat Sheet ☁️

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This is the generic form. Use --profile <your_profile_name> , if you have multiple AWS profiles or accounts. You are free to change the AMI name image-$(date +'%Y-%m-%d_%H-%M-%S') to a name of your choice.

cheatsheets - Frequently Used bash/shell, ffmpeg, and imagemagick Commands

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Frequently Used bash/shell, ffmpeg, and imagemagick Commands

Terminal-Cheatsheet - ⌨️ - A cheatsheet to the Mac OS Terminal Application including commands, helpful hints and a lot of other things

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In order to use commands you'll need a program that reads and executes them. That program is called shell, which runs inside the Terminal. Some commands are builtin and some commands are external programs. You can check that by using the type command. The Shell comes with some default Variables.

cheatsheets - Quick and dirty (read: effective) administration

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When you find this helpful, you could buy me a coffee. Keeping me properly caffeinated accelerates things. And it would really make my day. Kindness of strangers and all that. If you can't or won't, no hard feelings. It's available completely free for a reason. Still, it would be awesome.