LLVM Weekly - #181, Jun 19th 2017

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Registration is now open for the 2017 LLVM Developers' Meeting. It will be held on October 18-19th in San Jose. Registration fees are $300, with a student rate of $50. Additionally, there will be a Women in Compilers and Tools pre-conference event on October 17th.

hobbes is a newly released project built on LLVM. As described by its main developer, it is a Haskell-family programming language, which can be used for analysis of large data sets. It has been used in production within Morgan Stanley for several years.

Scala Native 0.3.0 has been released. The main highlight is the new garbage collector, based on Immix.

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