Couple of months back, I mentioned that I started using Git at workplace, thanks to my colleague. So far, I have been creating local repositories at workplace and in the process, spent lot of time exploring as much as I can.
This made me use the command line extensively and I ended up writing 3-letter aliases as follows, which helped saving lot of time.
alias gbr='git branch' alias gco='git checkout' alias gci='git commit' alias gcm='git checkout master' alias glo='git log --oneline' alias gst='git status'
This would help, only if you are using command-line interfaces, on Linux/Unix Server.