LLVM Weekly - #147, Oct 24th 2016

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I'm heading off to the US this week, first to attend the Google Summer of Code Mentor Summit and then for the LLVM Developers' Meeting. Hope I'll see some of you there.

News and articles from around the web

The long-awaited survey on the move of LLVM development to GitHub is now online. You are strongly encouraged to fill it out and share your views.

There is a lot of LLVM social activity going on this week. The next Cambridge LLVM Social will be held on Wednesday, October 26th. On Thursday October 27th, the inaugural Bristol LLVM Social will be held. Also on Thursday is the LLVM Social in Berlin.

An LLVM Performance Workshop has been announced at CGO in 2017. The call for proposals is open until December 1st.

The Trail of Bits blog has a fantastic and detailed overview of control-flow integrity in Clang.

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