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Friday, September 20 • 09:00 - 10:00
Releasing C++ Toolchains Weekly in a 'Live at Head' World

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Frequent toolchain updates allow C++ developers at Google to take advantage of the latest and greatest optimizations, tooling updates, bug fixes, and security mitigations. They also allow our compiler developers to work directly upstream without needing to maintain internal patches or forks, and still make our changes available internally in a timely way.

In this presentation, we talk about the steps we take to stay up to date and (usually) release a compiler every week, including:
- How we test for correctness and performance
- Tools we use to triage problems
- Various issues that regularly come up, and how we deal with them

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Jorge Gorbe Moya

Software Engineer, Google
Jorge is a Software Engineer in the C++ Production Toolchain team at Google. Former game developer, he enjoys learning about all things computing, making music (with or without a computer), playing basketball, and crafting ridiculously small executable files that produce cool visuals... Read More →
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Jordan Rupprecht

Software Engineer, Google

Friday September 20, 2019 09:00 - 10:00 MDT
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  • Compilers/Tooling