Gurusamy Sarathy wins best WIP at LISA 2000

VANCOUVER, British Columbia – December 8, 2000 – ActiveState senior developer Gurusamy Sarathy was voted best Work-in-Progress (WIP) presenter at the LISA 2000 conference in New Orleans by attendees for his report on the regular expression debugger. Short, pithy, and fun, WIP reports introduce interesting new or on-going work, and the LISA audience provides valuable discussion and feedback.

Abstract
What's wrong with dot star? Regular Expressions – you can't live with them and you can't live without them. This talk will describe the regular expression debugger that ActiveState is developing and will help you figure out what's wrong with dot star. The regular expression debugger will be a feature of ActiveState's cross-platform, multi-language IDE based on Mozilla, Komodo.

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LISA (Large Installation System Administration) is the only conference by and for system administrators, and is designed to teach and develop those critical skills that give system administrators the edge in our wired world.

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