Compiler positions available for week ending September 13

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Date: 13 Sep 2009 07:59:39 -0000
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: jobs
Posted-Date: 13 Sep 2009 20:09:18 EDT

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Subject: HDL (Verilog, VHDL, SystemVerilog) Compiler position at Xilinx (San Jose CA)
Date: Tue, 8 Sep 2009 12:41:03 -0700
From: Kumar Deepak <>

Hello all,

I manage a team in Xilinx that develops VHDL/Verilog/SystemVerilog logic
simulator called "ISim". I have a compiler position
umb=RP&p_svid=36528&p_spid=1625008&oapc=5> open in my team. This
position is for San Jose, CA, USA.

I am looking for a compiler back-end expert who can help transition the
ISim's compilers from being basic (the current state) to being an
advanced optimizing one. The ISim compiler currently uses GCC after
converting ISim compiler's Intermediate Code Representation to assembly
like C to get executable code. We want to be able to write out more
optimal object code and generate object code directly (for Intel 32/64
bit architectures) without needing GCC to speed up compilation process
and to speed up simulation (by doing a better job of targeting the code
on combination of Intel/AMD processors and ISim simulation kernel).

If you are interested in exploring this position, please send your
resume to .

Thank you!

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