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Date: Wed, 23 Apr 2003 08:18:41 -0500
From: Tom Moog <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Organization: Sarvega Wireless
Subject: compiler position near Chicago
Sarvega, Inc. a well-funded startup in the Chicago area, seeks
mid-level software engineers with compiler/parser and XML background.
Become part of a team developing high-speed lexer/parsers,
code generators, and pattern matchers for XML toolkits used in 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. In the area of compilers, 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, code generation, and
optimization. In the area of XML, familiarity with
XML, XPath, XSLT and XML Schema strongly desired.
Familiarity with Web Services, PKI and XML security a plus.
Programming experience in C++ preferably under UNIX.
Experience in developing toolkits for XML, XPath,
XML Schema and XSLT would be valuable.
C. Radja (email@example.com)
745 McClintock Drive
Burr Ridge, Illinois 60527
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