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Date: Sun, 30 Apr 2000 00:12:01 -0700
From: Sassan Hazeghi <email@example.com>
Subject: Position in HP's C++ compiler development team in Cupertino
We are looking for a _strong_ candidate to join our team and help us
in developing a C++ compiler that sets performance and compliance
norms in the industry. Good and detailed understanding of the C++
language and compiler development experience would be very helpful but
a strong analytical mind and good S/W engineering skills is more
important for making a difference in this field.
Our team is responsible for developing the compilers for HP's current
(PA) and future (IA64) processors and the areas that we cover include
"correct and efficient" implementation of the full breadth of the C++
language, C++-specific optimizations, design and tuning of the C++
object model for our new platform, and performance characterization,
analysis and tuning of complex C++ applications.
This is an opportunity to work with a capable team in what we consider
to be a fun environment and to help develop and refine a technology
and product that matters; C++ is the dominant development language for
large ("industrial grade") applications and we hope to deliver the
tools that will serve as reference implementation and also make a
positive contribution to the daily working of the programming
community at large.
If you are interested, please send a copy of your resume to
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (John Vail)
Subject: Opening in an R&D Language Development project
Date: Tue, 02 May 2000 10:49:24 GMT
If in anyone know of a compiler developer who is looking for a new
project, please foward the spec below. Thank you.
Location: White Plains , New York
Area Code: 914
Rate: Open to negotiation
Contact: John Vail
Skills: Java, Swing / AWT / JFC, Compiler Dev. , Lex, Yacc, Bison, C++
This project is related to the development of a Bean Markup Language,
which is an XML-based component configuration for writing language
customized for the JavaBean component model. The language will have an
elements that can be used to describe the creation of new beans,
accessing of existing beans, configuration of beans by setting/getting
properties and/or fields, binding of events from some beans to other
beans as well as calling of arbitrary methods in beans.
A compiler will be developed to compile any BML script into
reflection-free Java code. This is that it allows one to capture the
inter-component structure of the application using a first- class
language designed for that purpose and yet be able to compile it into
"regular" Java code with basically no performance loss.
If you wish to send a resume or inquire for more information please
email Mr. John Vail at email@example.com
From: "Kris Van Buren" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Compiler and tools development position at Malleable Technologies
Date: Wed, 3 May 2000 12:48:03 -0700
Malleable Technologies, located in San Jose, California is looking for
a motivated, creative compiler developer to join its tools development
Malleable Technologies is a pre-IPO start-up, bringing revolutionary
programmable IC products to market that will accelerate the
convergence of Voice, video and data in networking and communication
Compiler and Tools Engineer:
Responsible for implementing novel compiler optimizations and
development tools that will redefine and revolutionize the software
development process for DSP applications. Will interact with and
support the application development team within Malleable that relies
on the development tools. The candidate should have a MS or PhD in CS
or EE and 5+ years of relevant experience. Proficiency in C, C++,
Java is required. The ideal candidate will have experience with
compiler optimizations and development tools for EPIC, DSP, VLIW and
reconfigurable processor architectures. Familiarity with the gcc tool
chain is a plus.
For more information, please visit: http://www.malleable.com
For immediate consideration, please forward a current resume to:
Subject: High-Level Circuit Design - Software & Applications -- U.K.
Date: Fri, 05 May 2000 12:15:31 GMT
High-Level Circuit Design - Software & Applications
Sharp is a world leader in consumer and business products. Sharp
Laboratories of Europe in the Oxford Science Park is part of Sharp
Corporation's global research and development team.
We are seeking highly motivated and innovative R&D scientists and
engineers to join a growing team which is extending and applying
high-level synthesis technology for consumer electronics.
Ideally you will have an excellent first degree in Computer Science,
Engineering or other relevant field; further postgraduate research or
industrial experience would be preferred.
You will have a strong track record and interest in some of the
High-level design technology:
* compiler technology, design automation, software engineering,
High-level design applications:
* HDL's (e.g. VHDL), C, high-level synthesis, system design, consumer
Preference will be given to candidates who are motivated to learn new
skills and programming paradigms. Training is available where
To apply, please send your CV with the names of 2 referees to Mrs
Victoria Notley at the address below quoting reference sle05-03. The
closing date for applications is 20th May 2000.
Sharp Laboratories of Europe Ltd, Edmund Halley
Road, Oxford Science Park
Oxford OX4 4GB, United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0) 1865 747711
Fax: +44 (0) 1865 747717
Dr Paul Boca
Sharp Laboratories of Europe Ltd
Edmund Halley Road
Oxford Science Park
OX4 4GB, UK
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