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From: compilers@iecc.com (comp.compilers)
Newsgroups: comp.compilers,misc.jobs.offered
Date: 13 Aug 2000 19:18:41 -0400
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: jobs

This is a digest of ``help wanted'' and ``position available'' messages
received at comp.compilers during the preceding week. Messages must
advertise a position having something to do with compilers and must also
conform to the guidelines periodically posted in misc.jobs.offered.
Positions that remain open may be re-advertised once a month. To respond
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From: "Nicole Wakelin" <nwakelin@bspark.com>
Subject: Lead Software Engineer, Toronto
Date: Wed, 9 Aug 2000 11:09:13 -0400


About Us:
Brightspark, who in the short time since its launch late last year, has
distinguished itself from the pack of venture and startup catalyst firms
with its incomparable industry experience and savvy.


Location:
Yonge & Eglinton, Toronto, Ontario


The Opportunity:
Brightspark is looking for a Lead Software Engineer for the start-up
Conversagent. This well-funded company is creating a new Web Site
development tool. This tool will radically improve how users interact with
Internet sites by leveraging the latest advances in natural language
understanding.


You will:
Lead the architectural design and implement core components for a new
website development tool
Use your deep implementation experience in building key data storage and
retrieval, text-processing, and front-end compiler modules with a continual
focus on performance
Provide technical leadership and mentoring to a team of developers


About You:
You want the opportunity to work with people who have successfully built
and shipped industry-leading applications
You are looking for ownership and responsibility over major areas of
functionality and want to affect change
You want to work on products in high-growth market
And most of all, you thrive on challenge


What you have done:
5-7 years experience implementing software
Excellent design and implementation skills
Compiler (front-end), interpreter and debugger implementation experience
Experience implementing a database, as well as interfacing with industry
leading databases such as Oracle and SQL Server
Experience programming on the Unix (Linux/Solaris) and Win32 platforms.
Experience programming in C++ and Java, as well as in depth knowledge of
the Java Virtual Machine
Experience building scalable and high-speed Internet
server applications
Experience implementing high-speed text processing algorithms and related
data
structures
Experience in computational linguistics a plus


What's in it for you?
Competitive salary, generous stock option and benefits package
Flexible hours and casual work environment
An opportunity to play a key role in an early stage start-up and directly
impact and drive business


Contact:
jobs@bspark.com


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Date: 11 Aug 2000 14:51:59 -0500
From: Beryl Ann Swanson <bas@scientific.com>
Subject: Compiler jobs (recruiter)
Reply-To: Beryl Ann Swanson <bas@scientific.com>


TX - Austin - Senior Compiler Engineer


Austin area company needs a Sr Compiler Engineer to lead the development =
of a common machine optimizer.


This position requires the following:
* BS degree in Computer Science or Electrical Engineering
* 6+ years at the forefont of compiler development. They want an =
engineer who's worked on cutting edge technology.
* Experience in global and loop optimizations
* Code generation and intermediate or backend optimizers
* Software pipelining and register allocation.


The company offers a great atmosphere, salaries and benefits. =20


JOB #B45721BGEC
**US or Canadian residents only**
**Commercial experience required (non-academic)**
**Full-time, permanent position--no contractors please**


TX - Austin - Compiler Developer - Fortran / C/C++


Looking for experience in C/C++ compiler development.


Candidate must be able to understand and modify complex compiler
algorithms and data structures. In-depth working knowledge of compiler
optimizations and code generation is required.


JOB #B40686NGIC
**US or Canadian residents only**
**Commercial experience required (non-academic)**
**Full-time, permanent position--no contractors
please**


WA - Seattle - Optimization / Code Generation Engineer


If you have stong skills working at the binary level, this Seattle based
company will want to talk to you. You will be working on dynamic
optimazation schemes and working to exrend research on runtime code
generation.


The position requires strong development and debugging skills including C++=
. In depth underderstanding of win 2000 architecture, compiler and linker
technologies. Assembler languages desireable.


JOB #B45700BGEC.
**US or Canadian residents only**
**Commercial experience required (non-academic)**
**Full-time, permanent position--no contractors
please**




WA - Seattle - Compiler Engineer


This Seattle firm needs your expertize in compiler design. Will be
designing and implementing code generation and optimizations strategies
for state-of-the-art microprocessors. Work will include code quality
analysis, benchmarking, algorithm design and implementation.


In addition to strong C/C++ coding skills, this company requires 2+ years
directly related experience. Use your knowledge of graph theory, dataflow
analysis, advanced data structures and optimization strategies/techniques
to help solve complex problems in code generation and optimization.


Top notch company. Great benefits and they will consider applicants from
out of the area.


JOB #B45699BGEC.
**US or Canadian residents only**
**Commercial experience required (non-academic)**
**Full-time, permanent position--no contractors please**


Beryl Ann Swanson
Scientific Placement, Inc.
(281) 496-6100=20
(281) 496-0373 (fax)
bas@scientific.com
http://www.scientific.com




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Date: 11 Aug 2000 13:44:28 -0500
From: Mike Edwards <medwards@scientific.com>
Subject: Simulation Tool Developer (Massachusetts, recruiter)


Massachusetts firm requires compiler developer to work on cycly-based
simulation tool. you will be involved with compiler construction, kernel
development and API development.


Requires BSCS or BSEE minimum, at least two years experience in C/C++ EDA
development, object-oriented analysis and design and STL. Candidates must
have good written and verbal communication skills


Come work in a stimulating team environment in the middle ot a growing
high-tech area--they are willing to go the extra mile for the right
candidate.


Please refer to: E33122JBMCC






Telecommunications and embedded systems company has open positions
available for engineers with experience building developers tools:
linkers, debuggers, compilers, interpreters, assemblers, etc.


Must have: Tools development experience, C/C++ and MFC on Win. 95/NT,
understanding of PC-bus interface, driver development, compiler theory,
real-time systems and on-line emulation. BS required.
Desired: MS or PhD, DSP development.


Located in Northern NJ, this company wants intelligent and innovative
engineers to build those products that are the cornerstone to any software
devlopment enterprise.20


Please refer to: E31376RMSCC


--
Mike Edwards
Scientific Placement, Inc.
281-496-6100, 281-496-0373 Fax
medwards@scientific.com, www.scientific.com


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