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From: email@example.com (Larry Ercoline)
Subject: C++ Compiler Opening at Convex
Date: Mon, 12 Sep 94 9:10:28 CDT
CONVEX Computer Corporation in Richardson, Texas has an opening for
the following position:
C++ Compiler Development Engineer
This person will participate in the design and implementation of a C++
compiler system including compiler front end and associated libraries.
The C++ compiler will constitute one component of a multi-platform and
multiple front-end compiler system for high-performance,
multiprocessor computer systems.
This is a senior level position. Candidates must have four or more
years industry experience with significant experience in developing
production quality compilers. Substantial familiarity with C++ is
required, either from use of C++, or from developing C++ compilers.
In addition the individual should have experience in a number of the
following areas: object-oriented languages and methodologies,
multiprocessor systems, compiler optimization and code generation, C
compiler development, and Unix systems programming.
Large project design experience is required. Project or technical
leadership experience is highly desirable.
MS or PhD in computer science (or related area). A BS degree, with
suitable industry experience will also be considered.
The successful candidate must have good oral and written communication
skills. The candidate should enjoy working on a modest sized and
tightly integrated group project. The candidate must be self motivated
and self directed. The candidate should have a "big picture" view of
project development that spans all phases of software development.
The candidate should be motivated to contribute to the design,
implementation, testing, and release of this project.
Interested candidates should email their resumes to
'firstname.lastname@example.org' or fax their resumes to '(214)-497-4626'
From: email@example.com (Craig Chambers)
Subject: Postdoc/Research Staff positions available
Organization: Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering, University of Washington
Date: Wed, 14 Sep 1994 21:45:44 GMT
The Spin research project in the Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering
at the University of Washington is looking to hire a postdoctoral
researcher and/or a research staff programmer. The Spin project combines
operating systems, compilers, and language design research, centered on
the design and development of an extensible high-performance operating
system. We currently are looking for someone to contribute to and support
primarily the compiler and language design part of the project, including
design and implementation work in dynamic compilation, program
specialization, interprocedural optimization, efficient run-time systems,
and language support for type-safe systems programming.
For the research staff position, we seek applicants with a bachelor's or
master's degree in computer science or a related field, experience
maintaining and extending real compilers, and good knowledge of language
design issues and optimization techniques. The postdoctoral position
assumes a Ph.D. in computer science or a related field and research
experience with advanced program optimization techniques and run-time
Salary Range: $2,837 - 5,301.
Desired Start Date: October 1, 1994; later start dates can be negotiated.
If you are interested in working in an academic environment in the Great
Northwest and participating in a team research project, please send your
resume by electronic mail, if possible, to:
or by regular mail to:
Prof. Craig Chambers
Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering
University of Washington, FR-35,
Seattle, WA 98195
+1 (206) 685-2094; fax: 543-2969
(A prettier version of this announcement can be accessed from the Web
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