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From: email@example.com (Peter Lee)
Subject: Job Opportunity at CMU
Organization: School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon
Date: Fri, 25 Jun 1993 23:16:21 GMT
JOB OPPORTUNITY: RESEARCH PROGRAMMER
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Programming and research on network and systems software
development in Standard ML.
The Carnegie Mellon University Fox Project is soliciting applications for
the position of Research Programmer. Activities will include:
o Development of systems software, including high-speed network
communications software, using an extension of the Standard ML language.
o SML compiler and run-time system development, testing, and maintenance.
o Participation in project activities and research reporting, including
technical reports, progress summaries, and research papers.
Applicants must have significant experience programming in Standard ML or a
comparable language. Knowledge and experience in run-time systems, network
communications, and operating systems is greatly valued; familiarity with
foundational aspects of programming-language design is a plus. A Ph.D. is
not required. Salary will be competitive and is negotiable.
Please direct inquiries to one of the following:
Peter Lee Robert Harper
(412) 268-3049 (412) 268-3675
Computer Science Department
Carnegie Mellon University
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh PA 15213-3891
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