[oshug] BCS OSSG: Open Source Compilers, 23rd January.
arback at computer.org
Mon Jan 20 20:59:49 UTC 2014
Just a reminder that, although there isn't an OSHUG meeting this
month, the BCS OSSG are hosting an evening talks on LLVM, Verilator
and compiling for energy efficiency. Details below.
Also, should have details for OSHUG #31 out in the next day or so,
which will be taking place on Thursday 20th Feb.
On 19 December 2013 11:36, Andrew Back <arback at computer.org> wrote:
> There isn't an OSHUG meeting in January, however, the BCS OSSG are
> hosting a meeting on the 23rd which those with an interest in
> compilers may wish to head along to. Featuring, of course, talks from
> OSHUG's own compiler experts. Details below.
> The Open Source Specialist Group (OSSG) will be holding a joint
> meeting with the BCS SPA group on January 23rd 2014 dedicated to Open
> Source compilers.
> The even will take place at the BCS Central London Offices, First
> Floor, The Davidson Building, 5 Southampton Street, London WC2E 7HA
> betwen 5:30pm and 8 :30pm.
> Please note that you need to register to attend:
> The event is open and free to attend for both BCS members and non-members.
> The event currently consists of three half-hour talks (20 minutes of
> talk, 10 minutes of questions)
> The current sessions are:
> * LLVM, Simon Cook, Embecosm
> * Verilator: An open source Verilog to C++ compiler, Jeremy Bennett
> * Compiler optimization for energy minimization, James Pallister,
> University of Bristol
> Further details can be found here at the BCS OSSG web site:
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