LLVM Weekly - #262, January 7th 2019

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Student Travel Grant applications for EuroLLVM 2019 are now open.

The final deadline for the CfP for the LLVM Performance Workshop at CGO'19 is this Wednesday, 9th January.

The next Zurich LLVM Compiler Social will take place on Thursday Jan 10th. It features talks on IR extensions for vectorisation, RISC-V vector support in LLVM, and on a 22nm FDSOI RISC-V vector implementation.

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