|Compiler positions available for week ending March 17 firstname.lastname@example.org (2002-03-17)|
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|Date:||17 Mar 2002 23:12:06 -0500|
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From: "Girish Juneja" <email@example.com>
Subject: Compiler positions at Sarvega (Chicago
Sarvega, Inc. a well-funded startup in the Chicago area, seeks
mid-level software engineers with compiler/parser background. Become
part of a world-class team developing high-speed lexer/parsers, code
generators and pattern matchers for our XML switching products.
Strong experience and interest in parsing and code generation
techniques. Master's degree in Computer science with 2-6 years of
development experience. Must be familiar with (a) lexical analyzers
such as flex; (b) LR and LL parser generators such as yacc/bison,
JavaCC, or antlr/pccts; (c) techniques used for code selection and
code generation (d) some strategies for generating optimized code.
Programming experience in C++ preferably under UNIX. Experience with
XML, XML Schema, DTD and XSLT would be valuable.
Girish Juneja (VP Engineering) 630-734-5922
From: Rochelle Turner <RTurner@davissearch.com>
Subject: Compiler job in Chandler AZ
Date: Wed, 13 Mar 2002 16:07:31 -0500
I have an opportunity in
Chandler, Arizona, for a company looking for a senior
compiler engineer, someone familiar with optimization, and
able to deal with software development tools issues,
preferably from a semiconductor company.
Davis Search Group
416-782-7191 ext. 204
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