Non-capitalized website devcheatsheet is a pretty good place to rummage around if you’re on the lookout for a free “cheat sheet” for a programming language, markup language, or a piece of software. Some of the “cheat sheets” linked by the site are more “cheat booklets” than “sheets”, such as this Essential Ruby RefCard , which stretches on for six pages (!).

DevCheatSheet (That’s how I decided to capitalize it, anyway) is fairly usable and simple. The only with it is that it appears to be quite banner-heavy; you get two large (300×250) banner ads on the right, then another small one for WebFaction, and then a bunch of book recommendations (read, “affiliate links”) from Amazon. Snuggled into the space in-between all of these ads, you can find quite a few cheat sheets.

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Devcheatsheet catalogs over 1,600 cheat sheets for developers and software users