2014 is shaping up to be a year with more public presentations than usual. As always, you can find links to all my scheduled talks at my Upcoming Talks page, but here are the ones scheduled so far:
On May 22, I'll giving a keynote address at the D Conference, The Last Thing D Needs. That'll take place in Meno Park, CA. I'm deliberately publishing no description of this talk, because I'd like to maintain the air of mystery engendered by the organizers' asking me to give a talk at conference on a programming language other than the one I'm normally associated with :-)
Norwegian Developers Conference. They're introducing a C++ track this year, and two of my talks will be part of that: Effective Modern C++ and C++ Type Deduction and Why You Care. Of the other two, one will be on interface design (Better Software--No Matter What: The Most Important Design Guideline), and the other will be on performance (CPU Caches and Why You Care).
CPU Caches and Why You Care, this time in Bala Cynwyd, PA (near Philadelphia). That will be an evening presentation sponsored by Susquehanna International Group.
Learning Connexions on material taken from the book I'm currently working on. The seminar is Effective C++11/14 Programming.
There are other presentations in the planning stages, so there will be more to come. To keep in the loop, stay tuned to this blog or do a periodic fly-by of my Upcoming Talks page.
I hope to see you at one or more of these presentations.