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Tony Stubblebine is an Internet consultant, entrepreneur, and blogger. He's also the author of Regular Expression Pocket Reference, former Engineering Director for Odeo.com and former Engineering Lead for O'Reilly Media. He posts regular updates to his blog, StubbleBlog and regularly releases small websites such as Gem Jack, a repository of documentation for Ruby gems, Rate My Dance Moves, a YouTube mashup, and I Heart Quotes, the Unix fortune program re-imagined for the web.
Regular Expression Pocket Reference -- I use this as a quick look up guide for regular expressions. A nice companion to the full sized book.Published 12 months ago by Joel Andrews
For someone who develops in multiple languages this book is extremely beneficial. You can use this book for a quick and thorough
reference and it covers many platforms. Read more
Based on the .NET chapter it would appear that the author tackled too many implementations. It looked like all of the . Read morePublished on May 28 2004
Nice cut and paste of the Ann Coulter book review. I particularly liked the "Menckenesque invective" comment which made me think that I had remembered reading it... Read morePublished on Feb. 24 2004 by Evan A. Bonnett
"Regular Expression Pocket Reference" is one of the hottest and most controversial books of the year! Read morePublished on Dec 22 2003 by "davidperry17"
The editorial blurb on this book suggests that it can be used as a tutorial by those new to regular expressions. That's not the case. Read morePublished on Nov. 20 2003 by David C. Veeneman