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Moderators for the 2017 LLVM Developers' Mtg Needed!

Eric Fiselier via cfe-dev
The 2017 LLVM Developers’ Meeting relies on volunteers to keep things running smoothly. Moderators are critical to this as they keep speakers on track and facilitate Q&A after the talk. I’m looking for community members who would be attending specific talks anyway, to volunteer to moderate the session.

If you are interested in volunteering, please respond to this email with your first and second choice session times. You will moderate all talks during that time slot and they will occur back to back in the same room. Moderators introduce the speaker, give the speaker warnings about time, and facilitate Q&A by running microphones.

Full schedule here: https://2017llvmdevmtg.sched.com

Session 1 (10:30-12:45, Technical Track)
Dominator Trees and incremental updates that transcend time
GlobalISel: Past, Present, and Future
XRay in LLVM: Function Call Tracing and Analysis

Session 2 (2:15-4:00PM, General Session)
LIGHTNING TALKS
LLVM Compile-Time: Challenges. Improvements. Outlook.

Session 3 (2:15-4:00PM, Technical Track)
Tutorial: Welcome to the back-end: The LLVM machine representation.
Scale, Robust and Regression-Free Loop Optimizations for Scientific Fortran and Modern C++

Session 4 (4:20-5:50PM, General Session)
The Type Sanitizer: Free Yourself from -fno-strict-aliasing
Structure-aware fuzzing for Clang and LLVM with libprotobuf-mutator

Session 5 (4:20-6:05PM, General Session)
Vectorizing Loops with VPlan – Current State and Next Steps
Tutorial: Writing Great Machine Schedulers

Session 6 (9:00-10:45AM, General Session)
Falcon: An optimizing Java JIT
Apple LLVM GPU Compiler: Embedded Dragons

Session 7 (10:00-10:45AM, Technical Track)
eval() in C++

Session 8 (11:10AM-12:40PM, General Session)
Implementing Swift Generics
The Further Benefits of Explicit Modularization: Modular Codegen

Session 9 (11:10AM-12:40PM, Technical Track)
Bringing link-time optimization to the embedded world: (Thin)LTO with Linker Scripts
lld: A Fast, Simple, and Portable Linker

Session 10 (2:10-3:40PM, General Session)
Adding Index‐While‐Building and Refactoring to Clang
Advancing Clangd: Bringing persisted indexing to Clang tooling

Session 11 (2:10-3:40PM, Technical Track)
Enabling Parallel Computing in Chapel with Clang and LLVM
 Challenges when building an LLVM bitcode Obfuscator

Session 12 (4:40-6:25PM, General Session)
Building Your Product Around LLVM Releases
Tutorial: Head First into GlobalISel


Thanks,
Tanya


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Re: [llvm-dev] Moderators for the 2017 LLVM Developers' Mtg Needed!

Eric Fiselier via cfe-dev

Hi Tanya,

 

I am interested in moderating the following sessions:

 

Session 4 (4:20-5:50PM, General Session)
The Type Sanitizer: Free Yourself from -fno-strict-aliasing
Structure-aware fuzzing for Clang and LLVM with libprotobuf-mutator

Session 9 (11:10AM-12:40PM, Technical Track)
Bringing link-time optimization to the embedded world: (Thin)LTO with Linker Scripts
lld: A Fast, Simple, and Portable Linker

 

Thanks,

Evgeny Astigeevich

 

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Subject: [llvm-dev] Moderators for the 2017 LLVM Developers' Mtg Needed!

 

The 2017 LLVM Developers’ Meeting relies on volunteers to keep things running smoothly. Moderators are critical to this as they keep speakers on track and facilitate Q&A after the talk. I’m looking for community members who would be attending specific talks anyway, to volunteer to moderate the session.

If you are interested in volunteering, please respond to this email with your first and second choice session times. You will moderate all talks during that time slot and they will occur back to back in the same room. Moderators introduce the speaker, give the speaker warnings about time, and facilitate Q&A by running microphones.

Full schedule here: https://2017llvmdevmtg.sched.com

Session 1 (10:30-12:45, Technical Track)
Dominator Trees and incremental updates that transcend time
GlobalISel: Past, Present, and Future
XRay in LLVM: Function Call Tracing and Analysis

Session 2 (2:15-4:00PM, General Session)
LIGHTNING TALKS
LLVM Compile-Time: Challenges. Improvements. Outlook.

Session 3 (2:15-4:00PM, Technical Track)
Tutorial: Welcome to the back-end: The LLVM machine representation.
Scale, Robust and Regression-Free Loop Optimizations for Scientific Fortran and Modern C++

Session 4 (4:20-5:50PM, General Session)
The Type Sanitizer: Free Yourself from -fno-strict-aliasing
Structure-aware fuzzing for Clang and LLVM with libprotobuf-mutator

Session 5 (4:20-6:05PM, General Session)
Vectorizing Loops with VPlan – Current State and Next Steps
Tutorial: Writing Great Machine Schedulers

Session 6 (9:00-10:45AM, General Session)
Falcon: An optimizing Java JIT
Apple LLVM GPU Compiler: Embedded Dragons

Session 7 (10:00-10:45AM, Technical Track)
eval() in C++

Session 8 (11:10AM-12:40PM, General Session)
Implementing Swift Generics
The Further Benefits of Explicit Modularization: Modular Codegen

Session 9 (11:10AM-12:40PM, Technical Track)
Bringing link-time optimization to the embedded world: (Thin)LTO with Linker Scripts
lld: A Fast, Simple, and Portable Linker

Session 10 (2:10-3:40PM, General Session)
Adding IndexWhileBuilding and Refactoring to Clang
Advancing Clangd: Bringing persisted indexing to Clang tooling

Session 11 (2:10-3:40PM, Technical Track)
Enabling Parallel Computing in Chapel with Clang and LLVM
 Challenges when building an LLVM bitcode Obfuscator

Session 12 (4:40-6:25PM, General Session)
Building Your Product Around LLVM Releases
Tutorial: Head First into GlobalISel

 

 

Thanks,

Tanya

 


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Re: Moderators for the 2017 LLVM Developers' Mtg Needed!

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Thank you for those who have volunteered. I am still in need of people for the following sessions:

Session 7 (10:00-10:45AM, Technical Track)
eval() in C++

Session 8 (11:10AM-12:40PM, General Session)
Implementing Swift Generics
The Further Benefits of Explicit Modularization: Modular Codegen

Session 10 (2:10-3:40PM, General Session)
Adding Index‐While‐Building and Refactoring to Clang
Advancing Clangd: Bringing persisted indexing to Clang tooling

Session 11 (2:10-3:40PM, Technical Track)
Enabling Parallel Computing in Chapel with Clang and LLVM
 Challenges when building an LLVM bitcode Obfuscator

-Tanya


On Sep 26, 2017, at 1:49 AM, Tanya Lattner <[hidden email]> wrote:

The 2017 LLVM Developers’ Meeting relies on volunteers to keep things running smoothly. Moderators are critical to this as they keep speakers on track and facilitate Q&A after the talk. I’m looking for community members who would be attending specific talks anyway, to volunteer to moderate the session.

If you are interested in volunteering, please respond to this email with your first and second choice session times. You will moderate all talks during that time slot and they will occur back to back in the same room. Moderators introduce the speaker, give the speaker warnings about time, and facilitate Q&A by running microphones.

Full schedule here: https://2017llvmdevmtg.sched.com

Session 1 (10:30-12:45, Technical Track)
Dominator Trees and incremental updates that transcend time
GlobalISel: Past, Present, and Future
XRay in LLVM: Function Call Tracing and Analysis

Session 2 (2:15-4:00PM, General Session)
LIGHTNING TALKS
LLVM Compile-Time: Challenges. Improvements. Outlook.

Session 3 (2:15-4:00PM, Technical Track)
Tutorial: Welcome to the back-end: The LLVM machine representation.
Scale, Robust and Regression-Free Loop Optimizations for Scientific Fortran and Modern C++

Session 4 (4:20-5:50PM, General Session)
The Type Sanitizer: Free Yourself from -fno-strict-aliasing
Structure-aware fuzzing for Clang and LLVM with libprotobuf-mutator

Session 5 (4:20-6:05PM, General Session)
Vectorizing Loops with VPlan – Current State and Next Steps
Tutorial: Writing Great Machine Schedulers

Session 6 (9:00-10:45AM, General Session)
Falcon: An optimizing Java JIT
Apple LLVM GPU Compiler: Embedded Dragons

Session 7 (10:00-10:45AM, Technical Track)
eval() in C++

Session 8 (11:10AM-12:40PM, General Session)
Implementing Swift Generics
The Further Benefits of Explicit Modularization: Modular Codegen

Session 9 (11:10AM-12:40PM, Technical Track)
Bringing link-time optimization to the embedded world: (Thin)LTO with Linker Scripts
lld: A Fast, Simple, and Portable Linker

Session 10 (2:10-3:40PM, General Session)
Adding Index‐While‐Building and Refactoring to Clang
Advancing Clangd: Bringing persisted indexing to Clang tooling

Session 11 (2:10-3:40PM, Technical Track)
Enabling Parallel Computing in Chapel with Clang and LLVM
 Challenges when building an LLVM bitcode Obfuscator

Session 12 (4:40-6:25PM, General Session)
Building Your Product Around LLVM Releases
Tutorial: Head First into GlobalISel


Thanks,
Tanya



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Re: Moderators for the 2017 LLVM Developers' Mtg Needed! (2 slots left!)

Eric Fiselier via cfe-dev
Just 2 more slots to fill! Any volunteers?

Session 7 (10:00-10:45AM, Technical Track)
eval() in C++

Session 10 (2:10-3:40PM, General Session)
Adding Index‐While‐Building and Refactoring to Clang
Advancing Clangd: Bringing persisted indexing to Clang tooling

-Tanya

On Oct 4, 2017, at 9:03 PM, Tanya Lattner <[hidden email]> wrote:

Thank you for those who have volunteered. I am still in need of people for the following sessions:

Session 7 (10:00-10:45AM, Technical Track)
eval() in C++

Session 8 (11:10AM-12:40PM, General Session)
Implementing Swift Generics
The Further Benefits of Explicit Modularization: Modular Codegen

Session 10 (2:10-3:40PM, General Session)
Adding Index‐While‐Building and Refactoring to Clang
Advancing Clangd: Bringing persisted indexing to Clang tooling

Session 11 (2:10-3:40PM, Technical Track)
Enabling Parallel Computing in Chapel with Clang and LLVM
 Challenges when building an LLVM bitcode Obfuscator

-Tanya


On Sep 26, 2017, at 1:49 AM, Tanya Lattner <[hidden email]> wrote:

The 2017 LLVM Developers’ Meeting relies on volunteers to keep things running smoothly. Moderators are critical to this as they keep speakers on track and facilitate Q&A after the talk. I’m looking for community members who would be attending specific talks anyway, to volunteer to moderate the session.

If you are interested in volunteering, please respond to this email with your first and second choice session times. You will moderate all talks during that time slot and they will occur back to back in the same room. Moderators introduce the speaker, give the speaker warnings about time, and facilitate Q&A by running microphones.

Full schedule here: https://2017llvmdevmtg.sched.com

Session 1 (10:30-12:45, Technical Track)
Dominator Trees and incremental updates that transcend time
GlobalISel: Past, Present, and Future
XRay in LLVM: Function Call Tracing and Analysis

Session 2 (2:15-4:00PM, General Session)
LIGHTNING TALKS
LLVM Compile-Time: Challenges. Improvements. Outlook.

Session 3 (2:15-4:00PM, Technical Track)
Tutorial: Welcome to the back-end: The LLVM machine representation.
Scale, Robust and Regression-Free Loop Optimizations for Scientific Fortran and Modern C++

Session 4 (4:20-5:50PM, General Session)
The Type Sanitizer: Free Yourself from -fno-strict-aliasing
Structure-aware fuzzing for Clang and LLVM with libprotobuf-mutator

Session 5 (4:20-6:05PM, General Session)
Vectorizing Loops with VPlan – Current State and Next Steps
Tutorial: Writing Great Machine Schedulers

Session 6 (9:00-10:45AM, General Session)
Falcon: An optimizing Java JIT
Apple LLVM GPU Compiler: Embedded Dragons

Session 7 (10:00-10:45AM, Technical Track)
eval() in C++

Session 8 (11:10AM-12:40PM, General Session)
Implementing Swift Generics
The Further Benefits of Explicit Modularization: Modular Codegen

Session 9 (11:10AM-12:40PM, Technical Track)
Bringing link-time optimization to the embedded world: (Thin)LTO with Linker Scripts
lld: A Fast, Simple, and Portable Linker

Session 10 (2:10-3:40PM, General Session)
Adding Index‐While‐Building and Refactoring to Clang
Advancing Clangd: Bringing persisted indexing to Clang tooling

Session 11 (2:10-3:40PM, Technical Track)
Enabling Parallel Computing in Chapel with Clang and LLVM
 Challenges when building an LLVM bitcode Obfuscator

Session 12 (4:40-6:25PM, General Session)
Building Your Product Around LLVM Releases
Tutorial: Head First into GlobalISel


Thanks,
Tanya




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Need one more moderator volunteer!

Eric Fiselier via cfe-dev
Can anyone help with this session?

Session 10 (2:10-3:40PM, General Session)
Adding Index‐While‐Building and Refactoring to Clang
Advancing Clangd: Bringing persisted indexing to Clang tooling

Thanks,
Tanya


On Oct 10, 2017, at 5:27 PM, Tanya Lattner <[hidden email]> wrote:

Just 2 more slots to fill! Any volunteers?

Session 7 (10:00-10:45AM, Technical Track)
eval() in C++

Session 10 (2:10-3:40PM, General Session)
Adding Index‐While‐Building and Refactoring to Clang
Advancing Clangd: Bringing persisted indexing to Clang tooling

-Tanya

On Oct 4, 2017, at 9:03 PM, Tanya Lattner <[hidden email]> wrote:

Thank you for those who have volunteered. I am still in need of people for the following sessions:

Session 7 (10:00-10:45AM, Technical Track)
eval() in C++

Session 8 (11:10AM-12:40PM, General Session)
Implementing Swift Generics
The Further Benefits of Explicit Modularization: Modular Codegen

Session 10 (2:10-3:40PM, General Session)
Adding Index‐While‐Building and Refactoring to Clang
Advancing Clangd: Bringing persisted indexing to Clang tooling

Session 11 (2:10-3:40PM, Technical Track)
Enabling Parallel Computing in Chapel with Clang and LLVM
 Challenges when building an LLVM bitcode Obfuscator

-Tanya


On Sep 26, 2017, at 1:49 AM, Tanya Lattner <[hidden email]> wrote:

The 2017 LLVM Developers’ Meeting relies on volunteers to keep things running smoothly. Moderators are critical to this as they keep speakers on track and facilitate Q&A after the talk. I’m looking for community members who would be attending specific talks anyway, to volunteer to moderate the session.

If you are interested in volunteering, please respond to this email with your first and second choice session times. You will moderate all talks during that time slot and they will occur back to back in the same room. Moderators introduce the speaker, give the speaker warnings about time, and facilitate Q&A by running microphones.

Full schedule here: https://2017llvmdevmtg.sched.com

Session 1 (10:30-12:45, Technical Track)
Dominator Trees and incremental updates that transcend time
GlobalISel: Past, Present, and Future
XRay in LLVM: Function Call Tracing and Analysis

Session 2 (2:15-4:00PM, General Session)
LIGHTNING TALKS
LLVM Compile-Time: Challenges. Improvements. Outlook.

Session 3 (2:15-4:00PM, Technical Track)
Tutorial: Welcome to the back-end: The LLVM machine representation.
Scale, Robust and Regression-Free Loop Optimizations for Scientific Fortran and Modern C++

Session 4 (4:20-5:50PM, General Session)
The Type Sanitizer: Free Yourself from -fno-strict-aliasing
Structure-aware fuzzing for Clang and LLVM with libprotobuf-mutator

Session 5 (4:20-6:05PM, General Session)
Vectorizing Loops with VPlan – Current State and Next Steps
Tutorial: Writing Great Machine Schedulers

Session 6 (9:00-10:45AM, General Session)
Falcon: An optimizing Java JIT
Apple LLVM GPU Compiler: Embedded Dragons

Session 7 (10:00-10:45AM, Technical Track)
eval() in C++

Session 8 (11:10AM-12:40PM, General Session)
Implementing Swift Generics
The Further Benefits of Explicit Modularization: Modular Codegen

Session 9 (11:10AM-12:40PM, Technical Track)
Bringing link-time optimization to the embedded world: (Thin)LTO with Linker Scripts
lld: A Fast, Simple, and Portable Linker

Session 10 (2:10-3:40PM, General Session)
Adding Index‐While‐Building and Refactoring to Clang
Advancing Clangd: Bringing persisted indexing to Clang tooling

Session 11 (2:10-3:40PM, Technical Track)
Enabling Parallel Computing in Chapel with Clang and LLVM
 Challenges when building an LLVM bitcode Obfuscator

Session 12 (4:40-6:25PM, General Session)
Building Your Product Around LLVM Releases
Tutorial: Head First into GlobalISel


Thanks,
Tanya





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Re: [llvm-devmeeting] Need one more moderator volunteer!

Eric Fiselier via cfe-dev
I can do it!

-Raphael 

On Oct 16, 2017 12:48 PM, "Tanya Lattner via llvm-devmeeting" <[hidden email]> wrote:
Can anyone help with this session?

Session 10 (2:10-3:40PM, General Session)
Adding Index‐While‐Building and Refactoring to Clang
Advancing Clangd: Bringing persisted indexing to Clang tooling

Thanks,
Tanya


On Oct 10, 2017, at 5:27 PM, Tanya Lattner <[hidden email]> wrote:

Just 2 more slots to fill! Any volunteers?

Session 7 (10:00-10:45AM, Technical Track)
eval() in C++

Session 10 (2:10-3:40PM, General Session)
Adding Index‐While‐Building and Refactoring to Clang
Advancing Clangd: Bringing persisted indexing to Clang tooling

-Tanya

On Oct 4, 2017, at 9:03 PM, Tanya Lattner <[hidden email]> wrote:

Thank you for those who have volunteered. I am still in need of people for the following sessions:

Session 7 (10:00-10:45AM, Technical Track)
eval() in C++

Session 8 (11:10AM-12:40PM, General Session)
Implementing Swift Generics
The Further Benefits of Explicit Modularization: Modular Codegen

Session 10 (2:10-3:40PM, General Session)
Adding Index‐While‐Building and Refactoring to Clang
Advancing Clangd: Bringing persisted indexing to Clang tooling

Session 11 (2:10-3:40PM, Technical Track)
Enabling Parallel Computing in Chapel with Clang and LLVM
 Challenges when building an LLVM bitcode Obfuscator

-Tanya


On Sep 26, 2017, at 1:49 AM, Tanya Lattner <[hidden email]> wrote:

The 2017 LLVM Developers’ Meeting relies on volunteers to keep things running smoothly. Moderators are critical to this as they keep speakers on track and facilitate Q&A after the talk. I’m looking for community members who would be attending specific talks anyway, to volunteer to moderate the session.

If you are interested in volunteering, please respond to this email with your first and second choice session times. You will moderate all talks during that time slot and they will occur back to back in the same room. Moderators introduce the speaker, give the speaker warnings about time, and facilitate Q&A by running microphones.

Full schedule here: https://2017llvmdevmtg.sched.com

Session 1 (10:30-12:45, Technical Track)
Dominator Trees and incremental updates that transcend time
GlobalISel: Past, Present, and Future
XRay in LLVM: Function Call Tracing and Analysis

Session 2 (2:15-4:00PM, General Session)
LIGHTNING TALKS
LLVM Compile-Time: Challenges. Improvements. Outlook.

Session 3 (2:15-4:00PM, Technical Track)
Tutorial: Welcome to the back-end: The LLVM machine representation.
Scale, Robust and Regression-Free Loop Optimizations for Scientific Fortran and Modern C++

Session 4 (4:20-5:50PM, General Session)
The Type Sanitizer: Free Yourself from -fno-strict-aliasing
Structure-aware fuzzing for Clang and LLVM with libprotobuf-mutator

Session 5 (4:20-6:05PM, General Session)
Vectorizing Loops with VPlan – Current State and Next Steps
Tutorial: Writing Great Machine Schedulers

Session 6 (9:00-10:45AM, General Session)
Falcon: An optimizing Java JIT
Apple LLVM GPU Compiler: Embedded Dragons

Session 7 (10:00-10:45AM, Technical Track)
eval() in C++

Session 8 (11:10AM-12:40PM, General Session)
Implementing Swift Generics
The Further Benefits of Explicit Modularization: Modular Codegen

Session 9 (11:10AM-12:40PM, Technical Track)
Bringing link-time optimization to the embedded world: (Thin)LTO with Linker Scripts
lld: A Fast, Simple, and Portable Linker

Session 10 (2:10-3:40PM, General Session)
Adding Index‐While‐Building and Refactoring to Clang
Advancing Clangd: Bringing persisted indexing to Clang tooling

Session 11 (2:10-3:40PM, Technical Track)
Enabling Parallel Computing in Chapel with Clang and LLVM
 Challenges when building an LLVM bitcode Obfuscator

Session 12 (4:40-6:25PM, General Session)
Building Your Product Around LLVM Releases
Tutorial: Head First into GlobalISel


Thanks,
Tanya





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