[llvm-dev] Prospective GSoC projects - 2019
preejackie via llvm-dev
llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Sun Feb 3 04:11:03 PST 2019
I saw the open projects is being updated. Thanks a lot for your effort :)
On 28/01/19 7:19 PM, preejackie wrote:
> Hi Community :)
> I'm following up on this request, given the organization deadline to
> apply is Feb 6.
> Anyone interested in proposing a ideas for GSoC 19.
> Interested people please reply :)
> Thanks a lot
> On 27/01/19 12:35 AM, preejackie wrote:
>> Hi all
>> I'm a master's student from India. I'm very much interested in
>> compilers and infrastructure toolchains. I have been following llvm
>> for past few months, I like the scope of LLVM project and community
>> behind it. I'm hoping to participate in Google Summer of Code 2019 at
>> LLVM. I have intermediate knowledge of modern c++, boost libraries
>> (proto, hana) and basic knowledge of compilers and optimizations. I
>> have gone through the LLVM Kaleidoscope tutorial to get to know about
>> LLVM code-gen API and JIT environment. I know still there is a lot of
>> things to watch up.
>> For GSoC 19, I looked at Open Projects page, where I can find only
>> GSoC 2018 projects and some projects whose current status is not
>> mentioned. Given the vastness of the LLVM project, it is difficult
>> for me to find some prospective projects that can be completed this
>> summer. Especially I'm interested in code optimization, compiler-rt
>> and clang static analyzer. However, I open to discuss cool projects
>> within scope llvm. I highly appreciate if you point me to (hints)
>> some project ideas in these areas. It would help me to make some
>> research on the idea and write a good proposal and proof of concept.
>> I hope by participating in GSoC with llvm, will be a great learning
>> experience, possibly develop a career in compiler optimization and
>> much more fun :)
>> Hoping for a reply about some prospective project ideas for this summer!
>> Thanks a lot
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