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Date: Thu, 23 Aug 2007 14:07:11 -0700
From: Julia Cort <Julia@JuliaCortRecruiting.com>
Subject: Sr. Compiler Optimization Engineer, Boston MA area
Position: Sr. Compiler Optimization Engineer
Location: Boston, MA
Full time Position
This is a position for an experienced compiler engineer to take on the
challenge of building an execution mechanism that retains the
flexibility of MATLAB while significantly improving performance using
JIT compilation techniques.
You will work closely with members of the Language Execution, Quality
Engineering, and other development teams, to ensure high levels of
product quality and performance.
* Design and implement a range of compiler
optimizations - lightweight through traditional and MATLAB-specific ones.
* Develop optimizations that take advantage of multiprocessing capabilities.
* Produce designs, specifications, and project plans.
* A BS, MS, or PhD in Computer Science,
Engineering or related field, with 7+ years
industry experience delivering software products.
* Experience with implementation of compiler
technology, particularly optimization. Experience
with JIT technology is a plus.
* Significant C++ experience, including
object-oriented design principles. Experience with STL is a plus.
* Excellent project management skills.
Julia Cort Recruiting
707 775-3624 phone
707 480-4449 mobile
707 775-3736 fax
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