As a tribute to my young, homework-nerd self, I've compiled a list of some of the best cheat sheets I could find for web development purposes (although admittedly I favored the things I just happen to need sometimes). If we're being honest, there's simply too much to know by memory, so having a list like this could be handy.

Now, you might be thinking, "You fool, cheat sheets aren't helpful for actual learning. They're the StackOverflow of professional development." And that's fair. Who even knows what year something was created, let alone whether or not its correct.

I tried to find good Cheatsheets that might be helpful to beginner and intermediate level developers and I was overwhelmed with results. This post topic is NOT an original idea. If you hate the list I made, definitely try your hand and finding some that you like, because they're valuable tools. Not only are these helpful if you're just starting out with a new technology or tool, but they may expose you to things you didn't know existed yet! Ive been using Git for 10 years and I had no idea there was such a command as git obliterate. I'm excited to use that one.

Denotes an exceptionally excellent cheat sheet

Please remember that it's ok to not know everything, and even the biggest stars in our industry, like Wes Bos, doubt themselves sometimes:


Wes Bos tweeting about not knowing CSS

Listing all those resources out was truly therapeutic. Look at how much we put pressure on ourselves to know by memory! I feel better about my brain capacity, and I hope you do too!