LLVM Weekly - #428, March 14th 2022

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The call for proposals for EuroLLVM 2022 is out. EuroLLVM will take place between May 10-12th in the London, UK area (precise dates and location to be confirmed soon). Due to the tight timeline, rolling reviews will be conducted during the submission period (deadline April 1st).

The March Women in Compilers and Tools meetup has been announced and will feature Theresa Foley delivering a talk on “Taking the Slang Shading Language From Research to Production.”

Carlo Piovesan blogged about PartialExecutor: reducing WebAssembly size by exploring all executions in LLVM. The post was also disucssed on LLVM’s Discourse.

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