Well, I'm back. I didn't mean to go silent for so long, but I've been busy. Although it will be a few months before it comes out, Jan Goyvaerts and I have mostly finished work on our new regex book — stay tuned for more info. During this blogging hiatus I've also attended multiple family reunions, switched jobs, learned a new language (ActionScript 3), put in crazy hours on a new website launch, and about five weeks ago I moved to sunny Baghdad, Iraq for webdev work.
Anyway, now that work is calming down just enough for some breathing room, I should be able to get back to this blogging thing a little more regularly.
Teaser: Relatively soon I hope to release a new version of XRegExp, which will provide a way to easily extend XRegExp with your own, new regex features.
7 thoughts on “Still Alive”
This was a triumph!
I’m making a note here:
It’s hard to overstate
We do what we must, because we can.
For the good of all of us.
Except the ones who are dead.
Good that you’re back and though it looks like you’ve made quite the journey. Baghdad eh? One has to wonder how your path took you there – I’m seeing the able2know site but that seems to have no connection to Baghdad living.
Alright then –
Just found XRegExp when I started writing my own solution to getting the extended modifier in JS regex. Too freaking sweet!
Steve has a bit of what is termed “wanderlust”, and he’s also slightly crazy. Oh yeah, and Baghdad pays way more than stateside 😉
@David, Ryan is essentially right. 🙂
Awating for mortar attenuation cookbook