I have compiled several cheatsheets for work in this post, covering important stuff such as Vim, CLI, Anaconda, Git, Numpy, Matplotlib, PyTorch, Docker, and AWS-CLI. Enjoy your Swiss Army Knife!
We should admit that It is hard to learn Vim. This cheat sheet will be a life savior, and especially you forgot to exit Vim 😀
Git-Tower’s cheat sheet covers most of the things for CLI but missing some handy tricks like using aliases and sending signals to processes.
For these tricks, I can recommend The Missing Semester of Your CS Education course notes from MIT, especially shell tools and command-line environment lectures.
Anaconda – Python
From the official Anaconda website, this is the cheat sheet that I’ve been using almost daily.
If you are a newbie to Git VCS, these two are very useful while handling operations in a project.
Numpy & Matplotlib & PyTorch
Honestly, I’m not using these, but it can be an excellent decor to any AI-related office 🙂
plus, someone should convert this PyTorch documentation page to a poster.
These are also cool. I’m not a DevOps guy, but these are useful when deploying MVP stuff.
Well, this cheat sheet is very, very good. I think I may not need StackOverflow for AWS-CLI related issues after discovering this 😀