Prior to joining Linaro as a Toolchain Engineer, I worked with system software, binary translation and embedded systems programming.
Early in my career I spent 3 years as a System Analyst at AsGa, developing software for telecommunication equipments that ran a custom embedded Linux, using the C language.
More recently, at Instituto de Pesquisas Eldorado, I worked with Open Source Software, making several contributions to FreeBSD, QEMU and LLVM, with the main goal of improving their support on PowerPC. There I also worked with management software for enterprise storage arrays and with a distributed storage system, both written in C++.
Comparing LLVM Flang with other Fortran compilersThursday, August 24, 2023
This blog post discusses the performance of Flang, LLVM's Fortran compiler, which is under active development by TCWG. We have made significant progress in improving its performance, and we compare it with other Fortran compilers.