Fun and informative, as we've learned to expect from Juliette. When I heard the word "advanced" my expectations went a bit too far to be honest, but that's totally my bad. Maybe branding it around something like "stepping up your regex game" would have managed my expectations a bit better, but ultimately I do realize this talk IS advanced for most audiences – and Juliette definitely nailed that tricky balance.
Lots of information on how easy it is to misinterpret data. And how trying to detect interpretation can still fail.
Fortunately we can use value objects, so we only need to know exactly what something is when the value object is created. After that, it's all stored in the object itself.
Interesting topic, despite the youtube stream staring partway through; but a good explanation leading up to the benefits of value objects
Always guaranteed to get good take-aways from a Juliette talk - this time it was named sub-patterns and inline modifiers (especially multiple modifiers, and turning them on and off inline); but also a good reminder of things that I already know and still regularly forget to use
Advanced talk, and there's always more to learn about regex. Even though it should be used as a last resort, basically.