Using CheatSheets To Apply Best Practices


Hi there

I’m Denny Zhang. A coder at work.



Why I maintain this blog?

I’m bad at memorizing things. Forget to do something on time? Poorly prepared?

These usually result in uncomfortable experience!

Why not collect the best practices? Then present them as cheatsheets for different scenarios. Should be a good idea, right?

Each cheatsheet will come as a dedicated blog post. And everything is also available in GitHub:

Hope you find the website useful?

If not, please talk to me.

Let’s make it better. More people could benefit from our effort.


  • See more cheatsheets:
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aws 1
cloud 6
cloudfoundry 1
communication 2
couchbase 1
curl 1
database 4
elasticsearch 1
emacs 1
file 1
garden 1
git 1
golang 1
google 1
groovy 1
health 1
house 1
ibm 1
infra 1
iptables 1
jq 1
kubernetes 26
life 6
Linux 9
mac 1
makefile 1
minishift 1
monitoring 5
nagios 1
networking 1
nil 1
openshift 1
package 2
pivotal 4
pks 5
productivity 1
provision 1
python 1
rancher 1
ruby 1
security 1
sed 1
shell 2
ssh 1
ssl 1
tar 1
tmux 1
tool 7
vim 1
vmware 13
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  • See all blogs I’m actively maintaining:
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DevOps blog
Cheatsheet for best practices
Code tests for interviews
Learn system design

2 thoughts on “Contact”

  • Hey,
    Thanks for publishing your kubernetes cheat sheet! It’s really helpful.
    I’d like to print it but it is 5 pages. Would it be possible to get it in a 4 pages (changing the font size for example) so I don’t have a blank side?

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