Nicole Trudeau

Client Support for IBM Compilers, Toronto Lab

In 2012, I started at IBM as a software developer for the XL C, C++ and Fortran compiler optimizer, after completing my Bachelor's in Computer Engineering at the University of Toronto. I currently do client support for C, C++, Fortran, COBOL, PL/I, Swift and Node.js compilers at IBM. The postings on this site are my own and don't necessarily represent IBM's positions, strategies or opinions.

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Download the Community Edition for IBM Toolkit for Swift – Linux on z Systems, a no charge, fully functional, unlimited production use toolkit

Need a free way to develop Swift for Linux on z Systems? IBM Toolkit for Swift – Linux on z Systems V3.0 Community Edition is...

Develop Web Apps Entirely in Swift with the Kitura Framework for Linux on IBM z Systems

Introduction Kitura is a free and open source web framework, completely written in the Swift language, that is constantly evolving to deliver more ability. Built...

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