February 29 - March 2, 2012
Montreal, Canada

Understanding Regular Expressions

Regular expressions seem to be some kind of dark magic for many developers.
Although easy to understand, they consist of strange characters like brackets,
dots, asterisks and questions marks. However, as soon as you have understood
what is going on behind the curtain, you do not want to miss regular
expressions in many areas.

This session does not only allow you to lift the veil and read as well as write
the seemingly magic regular expressions, but also demonstrates how and where
you can employ them by working with examples in step with actual praxis.

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Jakob Westhoff

Qafoo GmbH

Jakob Westhoff is an active PHP developer for more than nine years. He is a freelancing webdeveloper and author. His personal interests mainly lie within the development of interactive Web2.0-applications as well as JavaScript-frameworks. He is Co-Founder and regular member of the PHP usergroup Dortmund. In his freetime he is a contributer to numerous open source projects. Jakob is about to finish his information science studies at the TU Dortmund.

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