|Compiler positions available for week ending March 19 firstname.lastname@example.org (2000-03-21)|
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Subject: GCC Engineering Manager at Cygnus, a Red Hat Company
Date: Mon, 13 Mar 2000 11:43:25 -0700
From: Jeffrey A Law <email@example.com>
Manager, GCC Engineering
Someone taking this position will be participating in the direction and
development of a number of GNU compilers - gcc, g++ and gcj. This would
involve contracts and projects across the entire tool set - from the
compiler front ends and the optimizer to the assembler & linker. Projects
range from porting to unannounced hardware through implementing new
You would have personnel responsibility for 6 to 9 engineers, some of whom
work remotely out of their homes. In addition you would have responsibility
for a functional area such as Technology Directions, Support, Contract
Estimation, Scheduling, etc.
The ability to work as part of a team is essential. Prior management and
project management experience is required. Experience with matrix management
is a plus. You would require some familiarity with compiler technology,
experience building compilers would be an advantage.
For immediate consideration, please forward a current resume to:
From: "Anwar Ghuloum" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Job Openings at Intensys Corporation
Date: Mon, 13 Mar 2000 11:27:31 -0800
Please e-mail resumes (and refer to job code) to email@example.com:
Senior Software Engineer -- Compilers
We're looking for talented engineers, with 4+ years experience
building industrial compilers, to participate in the design and
construction of a compiler for domain specific languages and language
extensions. You'll also need some experience with parallel
computing environments, extensive programming experience with C/C++,
and be familiar with a range of development tools and operating
environments (Linux, Windows98/NT, Solaris) as well as with embedded
systems. A BSCS is also required; MS preferred. Job Code 007
Software Engineer [4-5]
The candidate will participate in the construction of a compiler for domain
specific languages and language extensions. The ideal candidate will have
1-2 years of experience building industrial compilers. The candidate should
have some experience with parallel computing environments. Familiarity with
a range of development tools and operating environments is required (e.g.
Linux, Windows 98/NT, Solaris). Extensive programming experience with C/C++
is required. The candidate should have some familiarity with embedded
systems. A B.S. in Computer Science is required.
DSP Software Engineer
Responsible for architecting, implementing, and maintaining optimized
libraries for digital imaging, and supporting showcase product software
development. This position requires a BS in CS or EE (or equivalent) and 3+
year's experience writing microcode or assembly code for digital signal
processors and/or media processors. Experience with imaging and video
applications (compression, analysis, enhancement) is also required.
Performance analysis and benchmarking experience is desirable as is a
familiarity with parallel processing environments. Job Code 019
Date: Tue, 14 Mar 2000 17:09:40 -0800
From: Pat Kwan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Organization: HP DESL
Subject: Jobs at HP
Job Opportunities at Hewlett Packard
Location: Cupertino, CA
The Linker project in the Application Delivery Lab is responsible for
the linker, dynamic loader and object manipulation tools for HP-UX on
both PA-RISC and IA-64.
We are looking for a couple of engineers to join the team. Specifically,
if you enjoy helping real life customers to resolve their problems,
improve product and process qualities and have a strong motivation to
make a difference, we want to talk to you! Please contact Pat Kwan at
An engineer in the Linker project has the following responsibilities:
1. You will design, implement, and test new linker and loader
2. You will work with current users of the tool set to understand their
needs and support their usage.
3. You will work closely with the code generation and optimization teams
to define and extend the runtime architecture for HP's current and next
generation computer architectures.
4. You will work with technical consultants and/or customers to
understand their issues and to provide them with best in class
Other responsibilities may include:
You can be a champion in various areas within the project or outside the
project. For example,
1. Be a representative from the project to the Run Time Architecture
2. Be a representative from the project to the Compatibility team
3. Be a hands-on advocate for process and quality improvement inside and
outside the project team.
Required Skills and Experiences:
To be successful in these positions, you must have:
1. BS, MS or Ph. D. degree in Computer Science or quivalent experience.
2. Solid understanding and working knowledge of C/C++.
3. Solid background in Object Oriented technology.
4. Solid understanding of compiler construction and/or operating
5. Strong communication (verbal and written) skills.
6. Strong teamwork and people skills (Will be working with other HP
personnel or customers)
7. Flexibility in doing design, development, debugging, product support
and customer consulting.
Desirable Skills and Experiences:
It is desirable that you also have:
1. Solid understanding of runtime architecture and Operating systems.
2. Strong background in compiler architecture and processor
3. Experience in Software Configuration Management, for example,
4. Experience in working directly with users/customers.
5. Exposure to performance tuning.
6. Exposure to Quality Assurance in system software products.
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