Most developers will have to work with regular expressions at some point in time. In this course, you will learn the skills you need to build a solid regex foundation so that you can understand how they work and where you could apply them!
Have you ever wanted to get a better understanding of how you can use and apply regular expressions in your .NET projects? Look no further! In this course, .NET Regular Expressions, you'll learn foundational knowledge to apply regex patterns to solve many of your software problems. First, you'll explore the history of regular expressions. Next, you'll discover pattern matching and string manipulation. Finally, you'll learn about how the regex engine works and how to optimize your expressions. When you're finished with this course, you'll have the skills and knowledge of .NET regular expressions needed to apply these awesome expressions to your existing software challenges.
Course Overview Hi everyone. My name is Alexandru Dima, and welcome to my course, .NET Regular Expressions. Here's a little background about me. I am a professional consultant with Nocturis, and I've been working in the industry developing software now for well over a decade. I've worked on everything from cross-platform video games, business and security applications or software, and even designed, manufactured, and programmed embedded systems in printed circuit boards. During your software engineering career, you'll probably have to deal with regular expressions at some point in time. In this course, we are going to teach you the skills you need to build a solid regex foundation and to put these new skills on your toolbelt, which may prove to be quite useful in the future. Some of the major topics that we will cover include an introduction to regular expressions, pattern matching and string manipulation, how the regex engine works, and optimization and security. By the end of this course, you'll have the regex skills and knowledge needed to solve some complex problems using regular expressions. Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with general C# programming and Visual Studio. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn about regular expressions with the .NET Regular Expression course, at Pluralsight.