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LLVM devroom at FOSDEM
  1. Call for "Papers"
  2. Logistics
  3. Registration
  • What: LLVM at FOSDEM.
  • When: January 31th, 2016
  • Where: K.3.201, Building K, ULB Campus Solbosch, Brussels, Belgium

At FOSDEM 2016, LLVM participated with a dedicated devroom. Complementing the upcoming Euro LLVM 2016, the devroom at FOSDEM provides a great opportunity for core LLVM developers and the wider open source community to get together to connect and discuss.

As possibly the largest European Open Source Conference, FOSDEM takes place in Brussels and attracts with more than 400 lectures every year over 5000 hackers - many core contributors of the worlds leading open source projects.

We also invite you to sign up for the official Developer Meeting mailing list to be kept informed of updates concerning the meeting.


Unfortunately, due to a technical problem with the camera, we could not retrieve the videos.

FOSDEM official page - January 31th

Where is LLVM being used today?Tilmann SchellerSlides
WebAssembly: Here Be DragonsJF Bastien / Dan GohmanSlides
Modern C++ development toolsArnaud A. de GrandmaisonSlides
Porting LLVM to a new OSKai NackeSlides
AAP: An Altruistic ProcessoredjonesSlides
AAPSIM: Implementing a LLVM based simulatorSimon CookSlides
Scripting Language for IO and UI programming
Vladimir GladkovSlides
How to use LLVM C API with SwiftAlex DenisovSlides
Using LLVM's LibFuzzer to Fuzz PostgreSQLGreg StarkSlides
LLVM-based dynamic dataflow compilation for heterogeneous targetsSebastien MonotSlides
Automated tracking of performance of compiler-generated codeKristof BeylsSlides
Sulong: Fast LLVM IR Execution on the JVM with Truffle and GraalManuel RiggerSlides

The mailing list can be used to discuss issues of general interest related to the conference organization.
Renato Golin and Sylvestre Ledru are organizing this devroom.


FOSDEM does not require any registration and is free of charge. However, just like last year, an important crowd must be expected.