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Newsgroups: comp.compilers,misc.jobs.offered
From: compilers-jobs@iecc.cambridge.ma.us
Organization: Compilers Central
Date: Sun, 24 Jan 1993 13:00:01 GMT
Keywords: jobs

This is a digest of ``help wanted'' and ``position available'' messages
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Reply-To: arnold@nic.cerf.net (Arnold Garlick)
Subject: Scalar Optimization/Compiler Development/RISC (Silicon Valley)
Date: 17 Jan 1993 16:47:06 GMT
Keywords: Compiler Development, RISC, Compiler Back Ends, Parallel Processing


                                                SCALAR OPTIMIZATION POSITION
                                                          (Silicon Valley)


Career opportunity for a person to contribute to the design,
implementation, and enhancement of an optimizing backend targeted towards
parallel RISC machines. This backend employs state of the art scheduling
and register allocation techniques, and is tied to a highly restructuring
phase based on sophisticated dependence analysis. As a result, advanced
dependence information is available to this backend, permitting very
aggressive scheduling techniques. A B.S. in Computer Science with a focus
in compiler construction is required, with a Masters desirable. Three
years or more experience implementing scalar optimizations (particularly
register allocators and instruction schedulers) is also required.
Experience with RISC architectures, superscalar architectures, and
parallel machines is highly desirable.


** Minimum 3 years on-the-job experience required **
No new or recent graduates, please!




US or Canadian Citizenship required, or US Permanent
Residency. We are unable to assist persons requiring H-1 or F-1 Visas.


Please respond directly to Arnold Garlick, President, Pacific Search,
2377 S. El Camino Real, Suite 201, San Clemente, CA 92672
E Mail: arnold@cerf.net (ASCII files only please) Fax: (714) 366-9200.
Refer to position #1375




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Reply-To: arnold@nic.cerf.net (Arnold Garlick)
Subject: Manager of Sustaining Engineering/Compiler Development (Silicon Valley)
Date: 17 Jan 1993 16:42:48 GMT
Keywords: SFW Engineering Management, Compiler Development, Dependence


                                              MANAGER OF SUSTAINING ENGINEERING
                                                          (Silicon Valley)


Current opportunity for a person to manage sustained engineering on a
highly advanced automatic restructuring compiler. Transformations that
are currently included in the compiler include advanced dependence
analysis, loop interchange, limited interprocedural analysis, scalar
replacement, loop distribution, parallelization, and vectorization. The
person in this job will be responsible for managing a small group whose
charter is to support and extend the functionality of this compiler.
A B.S. in Computer Science is required, with a Masters (preferably focused
in compiler construction) being highly desirable. Five or more years of
implementation experience is also a requirement. Some managerial
experience is a plus, but is not a necessity; this job can be viewed as an
introductory step into management. Experience with advanced restructuring
compilers is also a plus, as is experience with RISC architectures and
parallel machines.
This job is technical management, with the emphasis on technical. The
management overhead is expected to be low (roughly 25% of the job's time),
so that technical implementation will be an important part of the job.
The job can be viewed as either an introductory step into management, for
a highly technical person desiring management responsibility, and a chance
to learn the technical details of restructuring compilers, for a person
with management experience.


** Minimum 5 years on-the-job experience required **
No new or recent graduates, please!




US or Canadian Citizenship required, or US Permanent
Residency. We are unable to assist persons requiring H-1 or F-1 Visas.


Please respond directly to Arnold Garlick, President, Pacific Search,
2377 S. El Camino Real, Suite 201, San Clemente, CA 92672
E Mail: arnold@cerf.net (ASCII files only please) Fax: (714) 366-9200.
Please refer to position #1373
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