Flashcards for Google Chrome Shortcuts now available from Github.com

The set of flashcards I created for Google Chrome Keyboard Shortcuts on the Mac are now available to download from GitHub. Four versions of the cards are available – tilde-delimited, tab-delimited, Excel spreadsheet and Mental Case study exchange. These should allow you to import the cards into almost any Flashcard application.

In addition, I have also uploaded the cards to two more websites – FlashcardMachine.com and the excellent StudyBlue.com. This means that they are now available, free of charge, from:



Flashcards for Google Chrome Keyboard Shortcuts

Despite the many advances in learning techniques we’ve seen over the last decade sometimes all that’s required is repetition and lots of it. It’s then that the use of Flashcards comes into its own.

If you tried your luck with the Smarterer.com test I posted about yesterday and found your knowledge wanting then a new set of Flashcards I have created to help you prepare for the test might prove useful. These 40 questions and answer cards match the content and wording of the questions presented in the test.

You can use the cards online or download them for free into your favourite desktop or smartphone app (I use Mental Case on both Mac and iPhone). Then, all that you need is practice, practice, practice.



Test your Google Chrome knowledge at Smarterer.com

Smarterer is a great way to test and authenticate your (mainly) computer skills with timed online quizzes. Tests are crowdsourced and regularly updated to ensure their relevance – they aren’t going to replace your Microsoft MCSE certification but for new, fast changing or specialised subjects such as jQuery, Twitter, Google Search, etc. they can be an excellent way to appraise and highlight your skill set.

On completion of a test you’ll be awarded a badge showing your achievement level that you can add to your website or resumé. You also have your own URL that shows all your awards (thankfully you can also hide those you’ve scored badly on). I’ve found most of the tests I’ve taken so far to be of a fairly high standard and both challenging and relevant enough to provide an accurate assessment of my skill level.

If you use the Google Chrome browser on Mac OSX you might like to test your knowledge of its keyboard shortcuts with a new Smarterer test I created earlier today.
There are 40 questions altogether though you may not see them all at first as the questions shown, the order they’re shown in and the points awarded are all determined by algorithm not by the test creator. If you do well on this test I think you can be confident you know your way around Chrome.


If you take the test I’d love to hear your feedback.