While programming I constantly look up syntax, since I switch languages a lot. To make this more efficient I started to write cheat sheets for myself and I update and improve them constantly. Since this seems a good system for me, I wanted to expand on it, by using a software instead of text files, and moving to a more long-term approach.
However, when I did research on how to put this into practice, I did find hardly anything on the topic. When I asked my co-workers the answer was mostly, that they just use google search and bookmarks.
Are there good ways to store your personal notes with a long-term perspective?
I had a look at a few non-programming focused note-taking softwares (Evernote, Confluence, OneNote, TiddlyWiki). However, I wondered if there isn't something more directed to programmers, since I assumed that most programmers face this issue.
Edit to answer comments:
- It should be possible to mark code as such. At least by font, at best with syntax highlighting.
- I prefer a cloud-based service.
- I work on windows and linux