Fourth Annual LLVM Developers’ Meeting
November 4, 2010 - San Jose, CA
The fourth annual LLVM Developers’ Meeting will be held on November 4, 2010 in San Jose, California, USA. Details on the actual location, registration, and other logistical information will be forthcoming.
As with previous meetings, this gathering serves as a forum for both developers and users of LLVM to get acquainted, to learn how LLVM is used, and to exchange ideas about LLVM and its potential applications. Beyond discussing the core LLVM compiler infrastructure, the meeting will also dedicate a significant amount of attention to Clang, LLVM’s reusable, library-based frontend for C-based languages.
This meeting will be of interest to the following people:
• Active LLVM (and Clang) developers and users
• Anyone interested in using LLVM as part of a commercial product, open-source project, or research
• Compiler, programming language, and language runtime enthusiasts
• Those interested in using compiler technology in novel and interesting ways
Call for Speakers:
We are looking for speakers for this year’s meeting. Topics can include the LLVM or Clang infrastructure or new uses of LLVM or Clang. If you are interested in presenting at this year’s LLVM Developers’ Meeting, please submit your talk proposal to us by September 22, 2010 via the website:
If your company is interested in sponsoring the 2010 LLVM Developers meeting, please email me (firstname.lastname@example.org). We are looking for help funding active contributors or students to present at the meeting and for help hosting a dinner after the meeting.