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From: firstname.lastname@example.org (eddie amara)
Subject: COMPILER ENGINEER Allentown,Pa. Fortune 100-PHD Grads welcome-Recruiter
Date: Tue, 08 Aug 1995 12:35:42 -0500
Organization: spencer search,inc.
COMPILER ENGINEER VERY HOT POSITION
Industrial experience designing,building and maintaining CAE/CAD
tools and/or language compilers in C and C++ under SunOS or similar UNIX/X
Windows environment. Experience building systems under MSDOS and/or
Windows extremely helpful. Applicant must be comfortable working with
varying processor architectures at the assembly language level. Our tools
include assimblers,linkers,compilers,debuggers,simulation models,hardware
emulation interfaces,textual and graphical user interfaces. Experience
with UNIX scripting languages (shell,awk,tcl) helpful. DSP experience
helpful but not necessary.
Strong background in formal grammer theory,automata, and compiler
theory. Experience in compiler technology, including parser generaters
(e.g. yacc) and scanner generaters (e.g. lex), and code generation
technology necessary. Experience with translation and optimization
techniques desirable. job will include contribution to and coordination of
development of C compilers for DSPs.
Education:MSCS or MSEE minumum.
Salary: $50 to $80K + 12% Bonus
NEW GRADS WITH PhD AND DSP COMPILER BACKGROUND WILL BE HIGHLY CONSIDERED
FOR THIS POSITION.
From: Karen Davis <email@example.com>
Date: Tue, 8 Aug 1995 14:48:44 -0400
Subject: faculty position at Univ of Cincinnati
This is a slightly modified version of the original announcement
that appeared in CACM and IEEE Computer in Feb 95.
We are especially looking for candidates who can start
during Oct-Dec 95 time frame and therefore potential candidates
are encouraged to respond immediately. Please circulate this
among your potential PhD graduates and other colleagues who
might be interested.
The University of Cincinnati
Electrical and Computer Engineering and Computer Science
Applications are solicited for tenure-track and visiting faculty positions
at all ranks in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
and Computer Science starting in Autumn/Winter 1995. An applicant in the
areas of compilers, programming languages, operating systems and
distributed processing are especially sought, and a successful applicant
should complement our existing research strengths in software engineering,
computer architecture, VLSI design and test, systems design automation,
parallel systems performance, simulation, database systems, and parallel
and distributed operating systems.
The Department offers MS/PhD programs in Electrical Engineering,
Computer Engineering and Computing Sciences as well as an ABET
fully-accredited undergraduate program in Electrical and Computer
Engineering. The Department has 40 full-time faculty, 200 full-time
graduate students, 400 undergraduate students and graduates 35 MS and
15 PhDs per year.
All candidates should have an earned PhD in Electrical Engineering,
Computer Engineering, or Computer Science. Please send curriculum vitae
and the names of five references to: Dr. Karen Davis, Search Committee
Chair, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, University of
Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH 45221-0030 (email firstname.lastname@example.org).
The University of Cincinnati is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity
employer and encourages applications from women and minorities.
From: Cheryl_Erickson@taligent.com (Cheryl Erickson)
Subject: JOB OPPORTUNITIES AT TALIGENT, INC.
Date: Tue, 08 Aug 1995 16:30:55 -0800
Organization: Taligent, Inc.
Taligent, Inc. is developing a new application system based on
object-oriented technology, which will provide the foundation for a new
generation of distributed workgroup and enterprise applications and
software components. Established in March 1992, Taligent is an
independent software company, owned by Apple Computer, Inc.,
Hewlett-Packard Company and IBM Corporation. Taligent, along with its
investors, will license, market and support its software products
Responsible for porting the incremental compiler in Taligent's integrated
development environment to the CommponPoint on the Windows NT platform.
You will develop the compiler/debugger interface. You will be the porting
team's focal point driving compiler work. Responsibilities include
contributing in a wide variety of ways to support the port of the entire
IDE. Experience should include compiler development and a strong C++
background. Experiences among the following areas are a plus: Windows NT,
CommonPoint development, porting, and linker development. BSCS or
equivalent and a minimum of 3 years related experience.
DEBUGGER ENGINEER - LOW LEVEL
Responsible for porting the debugger in Taligent's incremental integrated
development environment to the CommonPoint on the Windows platform. You
will change the operating system and machine specific parts of the
debugger to work with Windows NT and the X86 architecture.
Responsibilities include contributing in a wide variety of ways to support
the port of the entire IDE. Experience should include debugger
development. Experience in the following areas is a plus: C++, Windows
NT, compiler development, CommonPoint development, porting, and linker
development. BSCS or equivalent and a minimum of 3 years related
Responsible for porting the linker in Taligent's incremental integrated
development environment to the CommonPoint on Windows NT platform.
Responsibilities include contributing in a wide variety of ways to support
the port of the entire IDE. Experience should include familiarity with
linkers and object file formats. Experience in the following areas is a
plus: C++, Windows NT, CommponPoint development, porting, debugger
development, and compiler development. Requires BSCS or equivalent and a
minimum of 3 years of related experience
COMMONPOINT PORTING ENGINEER
You will be a part of a team porting Taligent's incremental integratd
development enviornment to the CommonPoint on Windows NT. You will take
the lead in solving problems. Responsibilities include contributing in a
wide variety of ways to support the port of the entire IDE. Experience
should incude developing or porting CommonPoint applications. Experiences
among the following areas area a plus: C++, Windows NT, compiler
development, CommonPoint development, porting, debugger development and
linker development. Requires BSCS or equivalent and a minimum of 3 years
PORTING QUALITY ENGINEER
Responsible for building and regression testing of the port of Taligent's
incremental integrated development environment to CommponPoint on Windows
NT. You will help drive the team's directions by exposing problems on as
many fronts as possible. Responsibilities include contributing in a wide
variety of ways to support the port of the entire IDE. Experience should
include a tools background on Windows NT and/or a development tools
testing background. Experience in the following areas is a plus; C++,
Windows NT, CommonPoint development, porting, debugger development, and
compiler development. Requires BSCS or equivalent and a minimum of 2
years related experience.
Please send your resume to:
Attn: Staffing CE-PB
10201 N. DeAnza Blvd.
Cupertino, CA 95014-2000
FAX 408 777-5481
E-M to staffing@Taligent.com
From: Srinivas Raghvendra <srini@Synopsys.COM>
Date: Thu, 10 Aug 1995 13:58:12 -0700
Subject: compiler job at Synopsys in California
For a software engineer in the Compilers group at Synopsys, Inc.
in Mountain View, CA.
Participate in creating the next generation of EDA (Electronic
Design Automation) tools that will help hardware designers in designing
million gate circuits. You will participate in a soon-to-be-begun
effort to develop the second generation of compilers for Hardware Description
Languages (HDLs) such as Verilog and VHDL. You will be part of a newly
formed, small group and will have an oppurtunity to influence the
architecture of the compilers. You will also interact with marketing
and customer support groups to understand customer needs and translate
them into product features.
Experience developing and maintaining large software systems
such as compilers and database systems. Very good software engineering
skills and knowledge of C/C++. Ability to design and develop extensible,
maintainable software. Strong algorithm, data structure, and
debugging/analysis skills. Knowledge of VHDL/Verilog languages and
(hardware) logic design principles helpful.
MSCS/MSEE with 4+ years experience or relevant Ph.D. with
1+ years exprience. Fresh graduates are encouraged to apply for junior
About the Company:
Synopsys, based in Mountain View, California is a leading
supplier of electronic design automation tools that enable designers
to quickly and efficiently design complex circuits. For more details
about Synopsys, check out the Synopsys home page at
For the above position, send resumes by email
(email@example.com) or fax to 415-965-8637, attention Srini Raghvendra.
Prefer resumes by email.
Date: Fri, 11 Aug 1995 11:17:55 -0400
From: Scott Stanchfield <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Recruiting effort
Leading software tools company seeks developers for source
code analysis products. Excellent C skills and strong
computer science background required. Experience with
parsing and object-oriented languages preferred.
Send resume to:
McCabe & Associates
5501 Twin Knolls Road
Columbia, MD 21045
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