2016 EuroLLVM Videos Now Available
Written by Michael Larabel in LLVM on 11 April 2016 at 08:06 AM EDT. Add A Comment
The videos from last month's EuroLLVM compiler conference in Barcelona are now available for all to enjoy.

EuroLLVM 2016 was the developer meeting for the LLVM compiler infrastructure that took place in Spain. Slides have been available for a while but the edited videos are just now being made available.

Some of my write-ups about EuroLLVM 2016 included the state of C++1z in LLVM Clang, ARM hopes for OpenCL 2.0 in LLVM 3.9, LLVM's LLD ELF linker continues making progress, and LLVM still looking at relicensing and getting more women involved.

You can see the playlist here or begin watching the videos embedded below.

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