I'm done :)

For anyone who is interested:
http://llvm.cs.uiuc.edu/pubs/2005-05-04-LattnerPHDThesis.html

-Chris

Hooray! Congratulations, Chris!

Congratulations, Chris. A degree well earned.

Best wishes in your next adventures.

May you never forget just how Piled high and Deep it got. :slight_smile:

Reid.

Chris,
Chris Lattner wrote:

For anyone who is interested:
http://llvm.cs.uiuc.edu/pubs/2005-05-04-LattnerPHDThesis.html

many congrats, and best wishes for the future!

Thanks all!

And I hope you still will have some time to look after LLVM and won't get too distracted by some new exciting other projects :slight_smile:

I was fortunate enough to find a position where I can continue llvm hacking. "The best is yet to come" :slight_smile:

-Chris

I was fortunate enough to find a position where I can continue llvm hacking. "The best is yet to come" :slight_smile:

"The best is yet to come" :slight_smile:

Sounds good.

I've got a couple of weeks now and am going to tackel a NASM and COFF backends for Windows.
Back on the case.

Anyway Congratulations,

Aaron

Congratulations - glad to hear you'll still be working on the project.
Hope you have some time to take a break and enjoy it.

-mike

Hi Chris,

I was fortunate enough to find a position where I can continue llvm hacking. "The best is yet to come" :slight_smile:

Congratulations with your well yearned degree, Chris. Nice to hear that you still are a part of this exiting project. Eager to know the future of the project :slight_smile:

Henrik

Hey Doc!

It hurts when I write code in COBOL!

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P.S. Congrats, 'n junk. People were impressed here by the non-Ph.D.
presentation of automatic pool allocation.