LLVM Weekly - #435, May 2nd 2022

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News and articles from around the web

LLVM 14.0.2 and 14.0.3 were released.

David Spickett blogged about adding support for Arm’s Memory Tagging Extension to LLDB.

The Call for Proposals for the toolchains and kernel track at the Linux Plumbers Conf 2022 is now open.

EuroLLVM registration is almost sold out and will close on May 2nd. Additionally, Tanya Lattner is seeking volunteers to help moderate sessions at EuroLLVM.

Marek Polacek blogged about new C++ features in GCC 12.

The speaker for the May Women in Compilers and Tools meetup has been announced. Michelle Strout (professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Arizona an Chapel team manager at HPE) will host an AMA (‘Ask Me Anything’) session.

LLVM Weekly readers might be interested in the recently launched programming languages papers you might love newsletter by Varun.

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