Slides From The 2014 European LLVM Conference
Written by Michael Larabel in Compiler on 12 April 2014 at 10:25 AM EDT. Add A Comment
The annual European LLVM Conference happened this past week in Edinburgh, Scotland. Slides and other media from the LLVM compiler infrastructure presentation are now available.

This fourth "EuroLLVM" conference attracted more than 200 LLVM stakeholders and was held at the University of Edinburgh on the 7th and 8th of April.

Videos are still forthcoming, but slides from nearly all of the presentations over the two days have been posted. For compiler enthusiasts and C/C++ programmers in particular the slides are worth checking out. The slides cover new features of C++14, Link-Time Optimizations in LLVM, how to build LLVM very quickly, Clang-Tidy, an LLVM JIT compiler for Erlang, targeting HHVM's JIT compiler into LLVM, LLVM data structures, and Intel's Clang-based C++ compiler.

Those interested in checking out the 2014 EuroLLVM slides for reference can find them at

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