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SIGPLAN’s first Programming Languages Software Award goes to LLVM

June 8th, 2010 06:18 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

ACM Press Release:

The ACM Special Interest Group on Programming Languages (SIGPLAN) today presents its first-ever Programming Languages Software Award to Chris Lattner of Apple Inc. for his design and development of the Low Level Virtual Machine (LLVM), a compiler infrastructure that has been quickly adopted by a wide array of industry and academic organizations. Since LLVM’s release as an open source compiler infrastructure in October 2003, companies including Apple, Adobe, and Cray have incorporated it into their commercial products, reflecting its simplicity, flexibility, and versatility.

Source: SIGPLAN’s first Programming Languages Software Award goes to LLVM

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