[llvm-dev] NOW May 31st -- Re: LLVM Social Zurich - June 1st
Tobias Grosser via llvm-dev
llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Thu May 25 22:20:47 PDT 2017
On Tue, May 23, 2017, at 04:46 PM, Tobias Grosser wrote:
> Dear all,
> Thursday next week (June 1st), another LLVM Zurich Social will take
The date of the event changed to Wednesday May 31st, due to a
conflicting event at ETH. Sorry for the last-minute change!
> # When: June 1st, 19:00, CAB E 72
> # Registration
> # Technical Presentation
> At this point in time we do not yet have any technical presentation
> announced. While the primary aspect of the this event is to socialize,
> attendees are invited to propose related technical presentations.
> # Event Page
> # What
> A social meetup to discuss compilation and code generation,
> with a special focus on LLVM, clang, Polly and related projects.
> Our primary focus is to provide a venue (and drinks & snacks)
> that enables free discussions between interested people
> without imposing an agenda/program. This is a great
> opportunity to informally discuss your own projects,
> get project ideas or just learn about what people at
> ETH and around Zurich are doing with LLVM and compilation
> in general.
> # Who: - Anybody interested -
> - ETH students and staff
> - LLVM developers and enthusiasts external to ETH
> # What is LLVM ?
> LLVM (http://www.llvm.org) is an open source project that provides
> a collection of modular compiler and toolchain technologies. It is
> centered around a modern SSA-based compiler around which an entire
> ecosystem of compiler technology was developed. Most well know is
> the clang C++ compiler, which is e.g. used to deploy iOS. Beyond this
> a diverse set of projects is developed under the umbrella of LLVM.
> These include code generators and assemblers for various interesting
> architectures, a jit compiler, a debugger, run-time libraries (C++
> Standard Library, OpenMP, Opencl library), program sanity checkers,
> and many more.
> LLVM has itself grown out of a research project more than 10 years ago
> and is the base of many exciting research projects today:
> See you soon,
> Tobias Grosser
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