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From: compilers@iecc.com (comp.compilers)
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 9 Aug 2004 01:33:21 -0400
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: jobs, comment
Posted-Date: 09 Aug 2004 01:33:21 EDT

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From: "Brent Powell" <bpowell97@hotmail.com>
Subject: Compiler Design Engineers (2) Bay area, California
Date: Sat, 31 Jul 2004 19:28:00 +0000


*Confidential company* currently has a small startup R&D team (6
people). They have a disruptive software solution that is delivered
through a simple network appliance. This is a development environment
focused on high-performance C++ systems software. All of the
engineering for this product will be high-performance software
engineering. Most of the product will build on-top-of rather than in
the operating system. There are a few exceptions to this rule. The
programming staff will mostly be "systems programmers" as opposed to
client software programmers. There will not be a large database or
Java component. There will be a small amount of user interface
work. This will be a UNIX environment (implies NOT a Microsoft shop).
Most development will be done in C/C++.


Compiler Design Engineers (2) wanted at *Confidential* (Calif.)
R&D ENGINEER


Job Description:
Senior Engineering position responsible for research and development
of the *Delphi* compiler for Linux. To work with entire team to deliver
future versions of Delphi and Linux.




Experience:
5 years programming experience in C/C++ and Assembler. Experienced in
compiler architecture. Knowledge of Windows and Linux platforms.




Education:
BS, BA Degree in Computer Science or related field.


Location:
Bay Area, CA


Brent Powell
Staffing Consultant
*Confiential* Software Corporation
Worldwide Headquarters
*Bay Area, CA - North Bay*
bpowell97@hotmail.com
http://www.geocities.com/bpowell97/index.html


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From: reneee@edpworld.com (Renee Einhorn)
Subject: headhunter - c++/tools job opportunity
Date: 6 Aug 2004 12:01:37 -0700
Organization: http://groups.google.com


Technical Analyst for C++ Development Tools for financial services
company located in tri-state area


Principal Responsibilities
Evaluate development tools, such as
Sun's Forte C / C++ compiler releases
development workbenches
utilites, such as Purify / Quantify, code coverage and source code
documenters
regression testers
must have:
Significant expertise and professional hands-on experience in C++
Significant expertise and professional hands-on experience with
Solaris/Linux and NT/XP
Strong communication and influencing skills
Strong initiative and sense of ownership
Working knowledge and proficiency in C / C++ compilers
Experience with Purify/Quantify, regression testers, documentation
and other development tools
Familiarity with procedures for software licensing


Preferred
Experience with Java
Familiarity w/vendor libraries such as RV, ETX, Roguewave
[I think the tri-state area here is the one near New York city, as
opposed to the one near Philadelphia or any of the other tristate
areas in the U.S. -John]


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