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|Date:||5 May 1996 17:48:42 -0400|
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received at comp.compilers during the preceding week. Messages must
advertise a position having something to do with compilers and must also
conform to the guidelines periodically posted in misc.jobs.offered.
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From: RErick@world.std.com (Richard F Mirabile)
Subject: Project Manager, BSO/Tasking, Boston, MA
Date: Tue, 30 Apr 1996 01:39:53 GMT
BSO/Tasking, U.S. Headquarters located outside Boston, MA is seeking
either an experienced project manager or qualified engineer ready to
make the move into project management.
Experience in the area of compiler development, knowledge of embedded
systems would be a strong plus. C and C++ programming skills.
Excellent salary and benefits.
Contact: Ric Mirabile
1408 Providence Hwy,
Norwood, MA 02062
FAX (617) 769-3889
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Tate Consulting)
Subject: FTE Compiler Opportunities at Harris in South Florida
Date: 30 Apr 1996 15:41:07 -0400
Our Client, founded in Ft.Lauderdale in 1967, is a leading supplier of
high performance real-time and multi-level secure computer systems.
The Company supplies solutions & software for commercial and
government markets - including simulation & training, data acquisition
and control, and trusted Computing. FTE opportunities currently
*Attn: Lead SW Engineer-Ada Compilers--->
Develop, maintain, and enhance comlpex Ada development software,
including: Ada Compilers, Ada run-time systems, Ada debuggers, and
software development tools.
**Attn: C-Fortran Compiler/Lead SW Engineer--->
Responsible for the design & implementation of compiler technology
utilizing a common code generator (CCG) for C, Fortran, Ada, and other
languages, targeting to multiple computer architectures. A strong
background & education in compiler techniques is required, together
with experience of the UNIX OS & 'C' programming language.
These are NOT entry level positions. Green Card or US Citizenship
required. Forward your resume in strict confidence to:
TATE CONSULTING, INC.
23257 State Road 7 / Suite #109
Boca Raton, FL 33428
FAX: (407) 852-6267
W.John Clark Internet: email@example.com
Tate Consulting, Inc. Fax: (407) 852-6267
23257 State Road 7 / Suite #109 Voice: (407) 852-TATE (8283)
Boca Raton, FL 33428 Page: http://www.gate.net/~tateinc
Date: Tue, 30 Apr 96 13:36:37 PDT
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Eli Sternheim)
Subject: Verilog/VHDL Compiler/Simulator Development at interHDL in CA
interHDL is looking for expert programmers/architects to develop the
next generation simulators for the Verilog and VHDL Hardware
Description Languages (HDLs).
The ideal candidate is a superior C++ programmer with experience in
implementing optimizing compilers. Experience in Verilog or VHDL is a
interHDL is a rapidly growing EDA company locatded in Los Altos at the
heart of Silicon Valey. We provide competitve salaries and benefits as
well as stock options.
Please contact us directly at email@example.com, Tel: (415) 428-4200,
FAX: (415) 428-4201.
4984 El Camino Real, Suite 210
Los Altos, CA. 94022-1433
Date: Fri, 3 May 1996 09:59:34 -0600
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Sharon A. White)
Subject: 2 postdoc positions at University of Houston
SOFTWARE ENGINEERING POST-DOCTORAL POSITIONS OPEN
TWO UH-NASA JSC SOFTWARE ENGINEERING POST-DOCTORAL
FELLOWSHIP POSITIONS OPEN!
* Domain-Specific Architectural Design Language Generation Project
* Legacy Program Understanding Through Program Slicing and
Plan Recognition Project
Qualifications and Experience
The Institute for Space Systems Operations (ISSO) and the Repository
Based Software Engineering (RBSE) research program at the University
of Houston-Clear Lake announce two SOFTWARE ENGINEERING Post-Doctoral
Fellowships to be awarded for a period of two years with a possible
extension to three years based on funding and a successful project
review. Applicants are sought who have research interests and
experience in one or more of the areas of Software Engineering,
Software Architecture, Software Design and Reuse, Reverse Engineering,
and Language Design and Implementation. Applicants must have a
Ph.D. in CS, CE, or a closely related field at time of
appointment. Knowledge of Compiler theory and Language theory is a
plus. Compiler writing experience is desirable as well as familiarity
with Lex and Yacc or similar compiler-writing tools. Excellent written
and verbal communication skills are essential as well as the ability
to work with others in a collaborative research setting. Duties will
consist primarily of research and implementation issues as defined in
the project description for each funded Fellowship. The application
procedure is described on the WWW pages associated with the
project. Applications will be accepted until position is
filled. Appointment can be made as early as January 1, 1996 or as late
as Summer 1996.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE and PROJECT DESCRIPTION
For application procedure, project description, and other information
concerning the Domain-Specific Architectural Design Language
Generation Project see the WWW page:
For application procedure, project description and other information
concerning "Legacy Program Understanding Through Program Slicing and
Plan Recognition" see the WWW page:
INFORMATION CONCERNING ISSO and RBSE
For a complete listing of all Post-doctoral fellowships to be awarded
through ISSO see the ISSO home page:
For information regarding the Repository Based Software Engineering
Program (RBSE) at UHCL and its parent organization Research Institute
for Computing and Information Systems (RICIS) see the WWW page:
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