[llvm-dev] Booth volunteers needed for Grace Hopper Conference
David Blaikie via llvm-dev
llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Tue Jun 5 08:29:43 PDT 2018
I'm totally up for it again - really great to demystify the
compiler/tools/system programming field a bit as well as talking to women
who are already familiar with/enthused about it (great when we had women
come up to the booth already knowing LLVM - or those who just loved the
dragon logo & were curious to learn more). Equally, if there's a bunch of
other folks who would like to staff - I'm happy to pass the baton to
spread/share the experience.
On Tue, Jun 5, 2018 at 7:06 AM Tanya Lattner via llvm-dev <
llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org> wrote:
> Hello LLVM Developers!
> Last year, the LLVM Foundation sponsored a booth at the Grace Hopper
> Conference. I had 2 amazing volunteers from the community, David Blaikie
> and Anna Zaks, help me spread the word about LLVM, compilers, and open
> source. It was a great experience and we are hoping to repeat this at the
> upcoming 2018 Grace Hopper conference in Houston, TX on September 26-28.
> I’m looking for volunteers to help staff the LLVM booth. We are hoping to
> get a larger group of representatives from the community to staff the booth
> (3-4). The LLVM Foundation will provide a booth registration (if needed),
> and can possibly help with travel costs. However, we hope that some
> companies will see the value in sending someone and cover their travel
> costs. While our primary purpose is to educate attendees about LLVM,
> compilers, and open source, we do see this as a great recruiting
> opportunity as many students with compiler experience were actively seeking
> out our booth. Booth staff will be able to collect resumes, and mention if
> their company is hiring as long as they are still promoting LLVM and
> encouraging more contributors to the open source project.
> If you are interested in volunteering, please send me an email with a
> brief description of your background in LLVM (and related projects), what
> company you work for, and what costs you or your company can cover.
> Please let me know if you have questions. I’m also open to any ideas you
> have to make our booth a success, so please send them my way.
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