Today, in the Age of Technology, we have so much data coming from all sorts of sources – social media, blogs, companies, or almost anything. And it’s a complex task for a developer to work only with the data which is relevant when you search the database, validate user input in forms, or even when you develop a website. The good news is that we can make our work a lot easier if we learn to write regular expressions. Read on to see how you may benefit from this regular expression tutorial to win a lot of time at work.
Regular expressions as a developer’s tool is incredibly convenient, and it’s available not only to the programming languages mentioned above. Actually, even without a special regular expressions tutorial, you would sooner or later learn them anyway, only it would take a much longer time. If you want to save it, learn regular expressions right now. Use them as a filter for filtering only the data that you need and ask for.
Regular expressions... duh. Just kidding. Yes, it’s all about regular expressions tutorial, but here’s a brief roadmap of what you’ll be going through in those five and a half hours of learning with me. Bear in mind that this tutorial is for beginners, also suitable for those who already have some knowledge of regex but need to learn more. I’m calling all back-end developers and data scientists in!
Jazeb Akram is an experienced web designer and developer. He is passionate about building beautiful new Desktop/Web Applications from scratch. Since 2011, he has been working as a freelancer and has designed various applications for many web design companies. He also holds a university degree in Computer Science (hons), and is currently pursuing his Master’s degree.
Another Jazeb’s passion is teaching. He has joined the world's best learning platforms as an online instructor. Jazeb Akram says that the reason he came into teaching is his successful freelance experience because he loves to teach and gets very passionate and assisting others to achieve success in programming. That’s why at the end of his courses, students develop unique skill sets that they can use in a real-life and improve their career.
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