The LLVM Foundation is pleased to announce the Community.o Summit to be held March 8-10, 2021!
You may be asking yourself, what is Community.o? Well, we just announced the renaming of our Diversity and Inclusion program to Community.o (https://blog.llvm.org/posts/2021-02-10-community-dot-o/). The name is inspired by the compilation model where object files link together for a final program, much like how folks from different backgrounds come together to make up llvm’s community and shared goal of inclusivity. Read all about it on the LLVM Blog or visit our website (https://community-dot-o.llvm.org).
This 3-day virtual event is an inclusive space for underrepresented groups and newcomers, anywhere in their career, interested in learning and contributing to compilers, tools, and programming languages. We’ll highlight members from different open source communities making incredible efforts to support a thriving environment. Summit attendees will enjoy interesting talks, panels, workshops, and have ample networking opportunities. Additionally, this summit will be engaging for anyone interested in increasing the diversity within the LLVM community or their related affiliations.
While the event is free, attendance is limited to provide the best experience for attendees and allow for better collaboration and networking. Please see the Community.o Summit website (https://llvm.swoogo.com/community-o-summit/) for more information and to apply to attend by February 26, 2021.
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Tanya Lattner & Cyndy Ishida