If you’re new to Git or need a refresher every now and then, you should get a cheatsheet. These handy things are great to help you remember that you need to type git add . before you type git commit or that you could do those both with just git commit -a.
I found two excellent cheat sheets but they both seem a bit old. Anyway, the first of the two, is by Zack Rusin. His cheatsheet is very pretty and made in SVG so you can resize it to put a poster on your wall, or if you don’t like Git that much, you can put it on a piece of paper too. Get a copy of Zack Rusin’s cheatsheet here.
The other excellent cheatsheet I found for get comes from Jan Krueger. Jan’s comes in two pages and also is in SVG. He made them also into a single PDF. This one is slightly easier to read in my opinion, but the only down side is that it has a unnecessary first page. You can get a copy of Jan’s here.
I love cheatsheets. I have one for YUICSS and Mootools too.