LLVM Weekly - #132, Jul 11th 2016

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I'm in Boston this week for the 4th RISC-V workshop. If you're going to be there, Wei Song, Rob Mullins and myself are all keen to talk about our lowRISC effort to produce an open-source RISC-V based SoC. Wei will be presenting our most recent update, adding trace debug support. You might also be interested in the work our interns have been up to on adding video output.

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Bruce Mitchener has announced high-level Rust bindings for the LLDB API.

The first LLVM Cauldron will take place on September 8th in Hebden Bridge, UK. Registration is free. Since last week, we've confirmed more details about the keynote on optimising with persistent data structures by Andy Wingo. What are you waiting for? Register and submit your talks now!

The 2016 US LLVM Developers Meeting was announced last week, and I think it's worth a reminder. Register and/or submit a talk today.

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