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Subject: Compiler Software Design Engineer - (Relocation possible) San Diego, CA
Date: Sun, 25 May 2008 08:12:57 -0700 (PDT)
Job Title: Compiler Software Design Engineer
Location: (Relocation possible) San Diego, CA
World class company is looking for a senior level software engineer to
design compilers, translators, filters and application programming
interfaces (API) for network security products.
Please contact careers (at) manpowerforusa (dot) com for more
C Programming experience
Must be able to develop and analyze algorithms
Compiler design experience, use of tools such as LEX, YACC (flex,
Knowledge of Linux / UNIX OS
Perl and Python a plus
Mastery of Regular expressions (RegEx, Perl compatible regular
Knowledge of networking and security protocols (TCP/IP, SSL, AES) and
systems (UTM, IDS, IPS) very helpful
BS in CS, EE or math is preferred
Subject: PhD Scholarship (Australia)
Date: Wed, 28 May 2008 16:44:28 +1000
Organization: University of Queensland
3 year position available for start in second half of 2008
Sun Microsystems Laboratories and Bond University
Brisbane and Gold Coast, Australia
Sun Microsystems Laboratories, Sun Labs, in collaboration with Bond
University, will sponsor a 3-year PhD scholarship in the area of program
analysis. We are interested in advanced program analysis techniques and
algorithms as they relate to bug checking of systems code.
Applicants must have completed a Bachelor or Masters of Computer
Science, Software Engineering, Computer Engineering, Mathematics or
affine area of study.
The successful candidate needs good design and implementation skills in
the C, C++ or Java language, as well as some knowledge of compilation
techniques or program analysis techniques in one of these areas: data
flow techniques, type analysis or abstract interpretation. The candidate
will interact with the Parfait Sun Labs team and can base his/her work
on their layered framework for bug and security vulnerability checking
of systems code.
Professor Paddy Krishnan (firstname.lastname@example.org), Bond University, will
be the PhD supervisor, and Senior Researcher and Principal Investigator,
Cristina Cifuentes, Sun Labs Down Under, will be the associate supervisor.
For more information about Sun Labs Down Under and the Parfait project
or to apply see http://research.sun.com/projects/downunder. Applicants
should submit a resume in PDF format and a statement of experience in
the area to Professor Krishnan.
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