A Linux Cheat Sheet for Developers

I first started using computers in the mid-80’s.  A DOS-based computer, where – as a programmer – I had to first learn how to type and how to navigate a seemingly arcane series of commands.  There was no mouse back in those days.  Today, as a developer, I spend most of my day on a Windows or Mac OSX-based laptop and use Linux within a virtual machine (VM) inside a hypervisor like VirtualBox or Hyper-V.   

Even with years of experience I still find myself referring to my cheat sheet from time to time and have often been asked to share it out.  So, with the help of our design team, you can download my personal Linux cheat sheet for developers.  


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