|Compiler positions available for week ending June 11 email@example.com (comp.compilers) (2000-06-11)|
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|Date:||11 Jun 2000 12:39:21 -0400|
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From: Sheila.Marinucci@east.Sun.COM (SW Design/Boston)
Subject: Boston Compiler Design Engineers
Date: 5 Jun 2000 16:50:11 GMT
Organization: Sun Microsystems, Massachusetts
Software Engineers with experience designing compilers, debuggers,
performance analyzers needed to design and implement innovative new
features in particular Graphical Interfaces to a state-of-the-art
software development environment for parallel and serial applicaitons.
The environment includes a debugger, performance analyzer and a
visualization tools. These positions will challenge you to develop
new paradigms for presenting large amounts of data in manageable
formats; these engineers will also assist in GUI development for
additional components of the tool suite.
REQUIREMENTS: A Bachelor's degree and 2 years of relevant industry
experience; ability to design and refine effective user interfaces;
in-depth understanding of Computer Graphics and User Interface Design;
experience with X, Motif, C, Solaris, Java, C++ experience
TECHNICAL PROFESSIONALS - VISIT SUN BOSTON JUNE 13
1 Network Drive, BURLINGTON, MA
JUNE 13, 2000 4:00pm - 8:00pm
Please join managers and individual contributors
and visit Sun's new campus, and learn about the
opportunities available to experienced professionals
in Burlington and Chelmsford, Massachusetts with Sun.
http://www.sunboston.com for more info!
fax: 781 442 0011
Date: Wed, 7 Jun 2000 14:23:27 -0700 (PDT)
From: Paul Beusterien <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Wind River compiler positions (Silicon Valley)
Wind River's Diab compiler is targetting the latest RISC and DSP
architectures while producing faster and smaller code than the rest of
the industry with state of the art optimizations.
The Diab compiler group is looking for motivated, creative people to
join its development team. As embedded devices are profligating
everywhere, fast, efficient, reliable compilers will provide an
important element in developing everything from cars to phones to
bowling alleys. You can play a key role by joining our small highly
skilled team in Foster City, California.
Wind River produces highly optimizing C++, C, and Java language
compiler suites for embedded systems developers. Our targets include
PowerPC, M*Core, ColdFire, 68K, MIPS, M32R, SH, Sparc, and others.
Lead C++ Compiler Engineer
We are looking for someone to take the lead on our C++ front end
development and maintenance. The position would also include projects
in new targets, more optimizations, new packages, and better IDE and
We require at least three years of industry compiler development
experience, including at least two years of front end work and a solid
grasp of the C++ standard. Plusses include Java, embedded systems,
and RISC assembly language knowledge. Major plusses include
optimization, code generation, and retargetting experience.
Compiler Code Generation Engineer
We are looking for someone with compiler internals development
experience who is interested in helping us broaden and
enhance our tools. We have upcoming projects in new targets, further
optimizations, new languages, new packages, and better IDE and RTOS
We require at a year of industry compiler development experience,
including a solid background in assembly languages. Plusses include
Java, embedded systems, and RISC assembly language knowledge. Major
plusses include optimization, code generation, and retargetting
Compiler Project Manager
We are looking for someone with compiler internals development
experience to help lead our team forward. For this position, we
would like a person to complement strong development skills with
requirements definition, sales and marketing interfacing, and
support interaction and prioritization.
We require at least five years of industry compiler development
experience, including a solid background in languages, optimization
and code generation. Plusses include embedded systems and a project
Compiler Infrastructure Engineer
This position will be responsible for developing compiler
infrastructure including instructions set simulators and libraries as
well as organizing the whole tools suite including compilers,
assemblers, and linkers into a seamless whole. We have upcoming
projects in new targets, internet integration, optimizations, new
languages, new packages, and better IDE and RTOS integration.
We require at a year of industry software development experience,
preferably with development tools including a solid background in
assembly languages. Plusses include Java, embedded systems, and RISC
assembly language knowledge. Major plusses include optimization, code
generation, and retargetting experience.
Please send an ascii and/or Word copy of your resume to email@example.com
Paul Beusterien PHONE: (650) 356-5412
Wind River FAX : (650) 356-5490
323 Vintage Park Drive EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Foster City, CA 94404 WEB : http://www.windriver.com
From: Thomas Fahringer <email@example.com>
Subject: Open Research Position: Execution-Driven Performance Analysis for Distributed/Parallel Applications (Austria)
Date: 08 Jun 2000 14:27:19 +0200
Organization: Vienna University, Austria
The Institute for Software Science at the University of Vienna
is offering within a long-term research project a
*** Research Position in Execution-Driven Performance ***
*** Analysis for Distributed and Parallel Systems ***
Applicants should have knowledge in one or more of the
+ distributed and parallel systems
+ performance measurement, monitoring, and tracing
+ on-line and post-execution performance analysis
+ performance visualization
+ programming skills
+ distributed programming (Java)
+ parallel programming (OpenMP, MPI, Threads, HPF ...)
+ databases and expert systems
Position: Research position for a doctoral student.
Starting Date: immediately
Duration: until April 2003.
The position is offered as part of a long-term research project
about performance-oriented application development for distributed
and parallel systems.
The main task of this position requires to develop a performance
analysis system that searches for performance problems in
object-oriented multi-threaded distributed and parallel
applications exploiting both data and task parallelism.
These applications are executed on clusters of SMPs or on
heterogeneous workstation networks. Various instrumentation systems
are used to obtain raw performance data while executing a program.
Performance data may be stored in a data repository (database or
expert system) for post-execution analysis. The system to be developed
tries to find performance problems based on collected and computed
performance data, and information about the input program provided by
a compiler. Performance problems will be associated with the input
program. Based on detected performance problems further decisions
may be taken, e.g. refinement of instrumentation, more detailed
search for performance problems, application and system changes
to improve performance, etc.
For more information, please contact
Thomas Fahringer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thomas Fahringer, Ph.D. Tel: (office): +43 1 4277-38816
Associate Professor Tel: (sec): +43 1 4277-38801
University of Vienna Fax: +43 1 4277-9388
Institute for Software Science E-mail: email@example.com
Liechtensteinstr. 22 WWW: http://www.par.univie.ac.at/~tf
A-1090 Vienna, Austria
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