Apple Will Talk About Its GPU Compiler & More At LLVM 2017 Meeting
Written by Michael Larabel in LLVM on 12 September 2017 at 08:20 AM EDT. 17 Comments
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The LLVM Foundation has announced their program for the 2017 US Developers' Meeting.

Among the interesting talks at this year's developer meeting include sessions about optimizing Java JIT compilation, compiling Android and the Linux kernel with LLVM, Apple's LLVM GPU Compiler, Clangd, the LLD linker, future LLDB work, and much more.

Those interested in the meeting program can find the list at LLVM.org.

The meeting takes place at the San Jose Convention Center from 18 to 19 October and costs $300 USD. Event details here.

Even if you aren't able to make the event in person, the LLVM folks generally do a good job collecting the slide decks and posting video recordings after the fact. I can't wait to check them out given a number of the interesting talks this year.

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