Tony Stubblebine

Tony Stubblebine

CEO/Founder of @LiftApp.

  • @tonystubblebine

Areas of Expertise:

  • human potential
  • consulting
  • speaking
Startup nerd. Human potential nerd. CEO and co-founder of @liftapp. Current interest: How to Meditate.

Regular Expression Pocket Reference Regular Expression Pocket Reference
by Tony Stubblebine
Second Edition July 2007
Print: $14.99
Ebook: $11.99

Regular Expression Pocket Reference Regular Expression Pocket Reference
by Tony Stubblebine
August 2003
Ebook: $6.99

Tony blogs at:

Querkles

May 27 2015

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Protecting health through open data management principles

May 27 2015

Register for the free webcast, “Life Streams, Walled Gardens, and the Internet of Living Things.” Brigitte Piniewski and Hagen Finley will discuss the Internet of Living Things, what makes sensoring and monitoring data emanating from our bodies unique, and why … read more

Protecting health through open data management principles

May 27 2015

Register for the free webcast, “Life Streams, Walled Gardens, and the Internet of Living Things.” Brigitte Piniewski and Hagen Finley will discuss the Internet of Living Things, what makes sensoring and monitoring data emanating from our bodies unique, and why … read more

Dior and I

May 27 2015

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Building applications in Azure

May 27 2015

Download a free copy of “Azure for Developers,” an O’Reilly report by experienced .NET developer John Adams that breaks down Microsoft’s Azure platform in plain language, so that you can quickly get up to speed. One of the most natural … read more

Announcing Cassandra certification

May 27 2015

I am pleased to announce a joint program between O’Reilly and DataStax to certify Cassandra developers. This program complements our developer certification for Apache Spark and — just as in the case of Databricks and Spark — we are excited … read more

Building applications in Azure

May 27 2015

Download a free copy of “Azure for Developers,” an O’Reilly report by experienced .NET developer John Adams that breaks down Microsoft’s Azure platform in plain language, so that you can quickly get up to speed. One of the most natural … read more

Announcing Cassandra certification

May 27 2015

I am pleased to announce a joint program between O’Reilly and DataStax to certify Cassandra developers. This program complements our developer certification for Apache Spark and — just as in the case of Databricks and Spark — we are excited … read more

5 ways to reduce the pain of the inevitable

May 27 2015

This article is by staff writer William Cowie. Jake and Kelly (not their real names) were very dear friends of ours. Well, Kelly is still, but her husband just recently passed away. Because he was healthy and active, it came as a complete shock to us all — especially to… read more

Four short links: 27 May 2015

May 27 2015

Roboto — Google’s signature font is open sourced (Apache 2.0), including the toolchain to build it. Pregel: A System for Large Scale Graph Processing — a walk through a key 2010 paper from Google, on the distributed graph system that … read more

273 things

December 03 2014

Five years ago (actually 273 weeks), I got serious about designing a better and more interesting life. The key, and hardest part, was finding work that felt meaningful to me. But there are plenty of other components: family, friends, exercise, entertainment, travel, education. Since making the commitment to live better… read more

My 2012 Resolution: Awesome Mornings

December 03 2014

To start out 2012, I threw out most of the routines I was working on and decided to focus on my mornings. A bad morning really has the potential to derail your entire day. I’ve seen that with myself and I see it often with people I talk to as… read more

Experiments in Human Potential

December 03 2014

Man, it’s time for a Lift update, right? We’ve been experimenting with different configurations of an app that will put anyone on the path to super-humandom. By experimenting, I mostly mean experimenting on ourselves. So if you were hoping to read a lot about me and a little bit about… read more

"Regular expressions have proven so popular that they have been incorporated into most if not all major programming languages and editors, and even at least one Web server. But each one implements regular expressions in its own way — which is reason enough for programmers to appreciate the latest edition of Regular Expression Pocket Reference by Tony Stubblebine."
--Michael J. Ross, Web Developer, Slashdot.org

"This is an excellent and concise O'Reilly Pocket Reference covering regular expressions for a number of different applications. If you want that, get this book."
--George Woolley, Oakland Perl Mongers

"Gawd, I hate doing regular expressions. Don't you? As far as I am concerning, any help is good help."
--Brett Merkey, Amazon.com

"This is a handy little guide for common regular expression fundamentals and odds and ends. The intro chapter does a nice job of giving you the regex elevator speech and hits all the important fundamentals: different engines, metacharacters, and general pattern rules...Each chapter is concise, well-written, and hits the major things you'll need to refresh your memory on from time to time. Overall it's a very well-done book."
--James Holmes, Amazon.com