LLVM Weekly - #304, October 28th 2019

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The 2019 LLVM Dev Meeting took place in San Jose last week and was a huge success. 630 attendees, a 17.5% growth in attendance vs last year. It was the Largest program yet with 2 keynotes, 26 technical talks, 11 tutorials, 2 panels, 4 BofS, 4 Student Research Competition presentations, 23 lightning talks and 31 proposed roundtables. Thanks to the organisers, sponsors, speakers, and attendees.

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