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From: Beth Evancheck <email@example.com>
Subject: Central CA-Compiler
Date: 31 Jul 1995 20:10:11 GMT
Organization: Scientific Placement, Inc.
Compiler developer needed for Central CA. Must have knowledge of
embedded systems. 4+ yrs experience writing embedded assembler, linker,
debugger and/or realtime operating system. C required, C++ preferred
with exposure to more than 1 operating system
esume Formats: Ascii text via Email preferred. Macintosh or PC formats
are OK via Email (binhex). Please do not send LaTex or Postscript. Faxes
should be set on a fine setting if possible. US Mail on 3.5 inch
diskette is OK too.
Qualified candidates please send resume to:
Scientific Placement, Inc., P.O.Box 71, San Ramon, CA 94583
510-733-6168 800-575-9003(fax-ATTN Beth)
Date: Wed, 2 Aug 1995 10:30:51 -0400
From: HR@iced.com (ICE Human Resources)
Subject: US-MA-Cambridge: parallel compiler and tools developers
Integrated Computing Engines, Inc. is looking for compiler and
assembler/linker engineers to work on programming tools for an advanced high
performance computing platform. The team will work closely with system
architects to develop highly optimizing compilers for commercial
microprocessors and ICE's parallel architecture, the MeshSP.
All positions require BS or MS in Computer Science or Engineering with
extensive program development experience using C. Experience with GNU
compiler technology will be an advantage.
Openings are available in the following areas:
Work closely with microprocessor designers to help define new
architectures, implementation tradeoffs, run simulations and
Implement state-of-the-art compiler optimizations to take
advantage of processor features.
Integrate C front-ends with optimizing back-ends.
Prior experience in front-ends, code generation or code
optimization is necessary. Candidates with strong background in
architecture will be preferred. Parallel computing experience
helpful, but not critical.
Implement support for new processors.
Investigate and support advanced features of high-level languages.
Perform link-time optimizations.
Candidates will have design experience at the OS level.
Knowledge of hardware and software interfaces with peripheral chips
is desirable. Must have programmed in at least one assembly language.
ICE offers an excellent salary, stock option, and bonus
program. If interested in these positions, e-mail an ASCII resume to
Human Resources 101 Main St. 15th floor
HR@iced.com Cambridge, MA 02142 USA
Integrated Computing Engines, Inc (ICE) v. +1-617-374-5963
VISIT ICE at www.iced.com f. +1-617-374-5901
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Iris Bieri)
Subject: US-CA-Santa Clara, Sr SW Eng,run-time C,C++ for RT OS
Date: Thu, 03 Aug 1995 10:53:16 -0800
Senior SW Eng. - Run-Time Libraries/Santa Clara CA
Develop standard C and C++ run-time libraries (RTL) for multi-tasking
real-time operating system.
challenges include the specification and development of advanced ANSI C,
C++ and class RTLs that meet the needs of embedded real-time systems. This
will include technologies such as software floating point libraries, fixed
point libraries, signal processing, and numerical methods as applied in
real-time OS. The senior engineer will be expected to provide leadership
in this development effort.
MS CS of equiv. plus 5+ years relevant experience. Fluency in C and C++
and demonstrated experience with RTLs and language issues is a must.
Thorough understanding of real-time programming techniques, microprocessor
architectures, and embedded systems design required. Experience with
floating point libraries highly desirable. Vendor management skills (for
third party libraries) will be required.
Please forward resumes to:
507 Main Street
Sausalito, CA 94965
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