New developer

Hi all,

I have some free time this summer, and I'd like to get involved in Clang
development.

I've been teaching myself programming for three years, and I estimate
that I have approximately the equivalent education of two years in
college. This would be the first existing open source project that I
work on.

I'm eager to begin by working on the 'StringRef'ize APIs' project.
Please put me to work!

Regards,
Zach J. Wheeler

Hi all,

I have some free time this summer, and I'd like to get involved in Clang
development.

I've been teaching myself programming for three years, and I estimate
that I have approximately the equivalent education of two years in
college. This would be the first existing open source project that I
work on.

Great, welcome to Clang!

I'm eager to begin by working on the 'StringRef'ize APIs' project.
Please put me to work!

Everything around here is very self-directed. StringRef'ing API's is a good thing; you can learn the StringRef API and then go dig in the code base for uses of std::string or const char* that should be converted to StringRef, then suggest patches to do so.

  - Doug