LLVM Weekly - #103, Dec 21st 2015

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Regular readers will know about lowRISC, a not-for-profit project a group of us founded aiming to produce a complete open-source System-on-Chip in volume. We've just hit a new milestone with the untethering of the base SoC. If you're interested in contributing, the blog post contains a number of potential starting points.

News and articles from around the web

The 6th EuroLLVM conference will be held on March 17th-18th in Barcelona, Spain. The call for papers is now open and will remain open until January 25th 2016. EuroLLVM CFP

Chandler Carruth's keynote, "Understanding compiler optimizations" from the Meeting C++ 2015 conference is now online.

Richard Pennington has blogged about bootstrapping LLVM and Clang using pre-compiled ELLCC binaries.

Bloomberg is going to be holding a weekend Clang and LLVM hackathon in NYC and in London on February 6th and 7th. The event will be open to everyone in the community and Bloomberg will provide space, power, food, beverages, and internet access.They're looking for experienced Clang and LLVM developers to help as mentors.

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