Yesterday, I used a Regular Expression to validate and parse dynamic key bindings in Angular 2. And, it was just as exciting yesterday as it was a decade ago when I first learned what a Regular Expression was. That's because Regular Expressions are beautiful. And elegant. And timeless. And we'll keep celebrating them for as long as it takes to spread the word.
NOTE: If you are already completely lost and have no idea what I'm talking about, please checkout my video and slide presentation - Regular Expressions, Extraordinary Power. They will blow your mind and change your world forever.
This year, I'm keeping it simple - life has been hectic! I'm giving away five $100 gift cards to Amazon.com. All you have to do is retweet the following tweet for a chance to win. Winners will be selected on June 2.
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Ben - on the page you linked (http://www.bennadel.com/blog/2143-video-presentation-regular-expressions-extraordinary-power.htm) the link for your Regular Expressions video is broken (http://www.bennadel.com/resources/presentations/regularexpressions/video/). Let me know if you if you are able to bring it back up, I'd like to check it out!
Found the video on Vimeo:
Thank you very much for bringing that to my attention -- I will try to get those updated shortly.