It is getting colder, it starts to feel like winter. Right when it will be warmer again slowly, it is time for me to give another round of tech talks.

My first stop is Atlanta, for DevNexus 2014, February 24-25 (follow @devnexus to get all updates). It is not in California, so I expect a true end-of-winter experience. For DevNexus, I’ll have two talks on Tweaking CSS3 for Hardware Acceleration and JavaScript API Design Principles.

If you can’t be in Atlanta, I plan to give another Design Strategies for JavaScript API presentation for the evergrowing Fluent 2014 in San Francisco, March 11-13. I spoke at this wonderful conference twice already, every year was wonderful. Follow @fluentconf for more information on this 2014 edition. If you decide to attend it, it is also packed with other awesome talks.

Last but not least, EclipseCon NA 2014 will be held in Burlingame, March 17-20 (make sure to track @eclipsecon). This time, I will use the opportunity to continue my campaign for a better development experience with the talk titled Next-generation JavaScript Language Tooling. There is a healthy growing front-end developers using Eclipse and expect to see more talks related to JavaScript at this conference.

If you plan to be in Atlanta, San Francisco, or Burlingame, let’s have a chat!

Update: I will be also at jQuery Conference 2014 in San Diego, Feb 12-13. At this conference, my presentation will be about Dynamic Code Analysis for JavaScript. This will be my first jQuery event and I’m pretty excited about that.