LLVM Weekly - #250, October 15th 2018

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The LLVM Dev Meeting is taking place in San Jose on Wednesday and Thursday this week and has a jam-packed schedule. I'm giving a LLVM backend development tutorial and an associated coding lab. The "coding lab" is new for this Dev Meeting, and is a hands-on coding session where attendees can work through a series of LLVM coding tasks (in this case, focused on the RISC-V backend) in order to get some familiarity. If you're attending the Dev Meeting you should have received an email via Eventbrite about Round Tables and this Coding Lab. If you're planning to come along, please check the guidance here. Also, do say hi!

The call for papers is out for the LLVM toolchain devroom at FOSDEM 2019. The deadline for submissions is Sunday November 25th.

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