Compiler positions available for week ending June 2
2 Jun 1996 08:54:12 -0400

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Newsgroups: comp.compilers,
Date: 2 Jun 1996 08:54:12 -0400
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: jobs

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Subject: Compilers Engineer @ an emacs/Tools Engineer at Cisco, San Jose
Date: Thu, 30 May 1996 13:21:16 -0800
Organization: Cisco Systems

Cisco Systems is currently looking for a couple of Engineers here in San
Jose, CA. If you are interested, or know someone who is, can you please
contact me at:
fax your resume to 408-527-3831.

Thanks for your help in advance.

Randall Birkwood

Compilers Engineer

We are looking for an engineer in our compilers and utilities
group. This engineer will be responsible for evaluating, characterizing,
building and supporting the C+ and C++ compilers for Development
Engineering. In addition this person will be working with platform
engineers to investigate new technologies in embedded systems and the
associated relationship with our compiler chains. This person should have
a B.S. in CS/EE, with 10 years experience working with compilers and
comprehensive knowledge of the internals of compilers/linkers. Must have
experience with Perl or Perl5.
Experience with the GNU toolchain is a definite plus.

emacs/Tools Engineer

Requires BS in CS/EE or equivalent and a minimum of 6 months work
experience. Must have C and UNIX experience. Perl or Perl 5 is highly
desirable. Web development is a plus.
Responsible for building and supporting compilers, linkers, and such
utilities as emacs, mh, and web technology.


Date: Thu, 30 May 96 14:33:22 PDT
From: (Tom Sheffler)
Subject: Job at Rambus, Mountain View

Automated Functional Test Generation for Hardware Designs

Rambus is looking for a hardware verification tool developer to work on
automated functional test generation from formal specifications. The
applicant should have a PhD or equivalent experience in CS, EE, or Math.

Related experience includes the following disciplines:
functional and/or timing simulation;
formal verification;
tool development for logic verification;
logic design;
compiler writing;
constraint-solving systems.

Rambus has developed an automated verification system that generates
vector-based tests from a high level specification of circuit functionality.
We intend to extend the tool's capabilities in several potential directions:
automatic test coverage analysis; generation of test "vectors" for a symbolic
simulator (e.g., COSMOS); automatic generation of simulation models from
high-level specifications. You must be capable of contributing to this effort.

Other aspects of the position may involve creation of simulation models,
communicating effectively with individuals and groups to objectives definition,
planning, writing scripts for tool coordination, debugging logic designs.

All work is oriented for practicality. The tools are put to immediate use for
ongoing projects. The tasks associated with this position will have a large
dynamic range -- you will also be in the trenches, using the tools to generate
test suites and guarantee the designs.

Rambus is a small ( < 100 person) company specializing in the design of high
bandwidth memory technology. Rambus DRAMs are beginning to reach the market
in products such as SGI's Indigo Impact workstations, Creative Labs' "Graphics
Blaster MA302," and Nintendo's soon-to-be-released Nintendo64 game machine.

Reply: e-mail:

                facsimile: 415.965.1528

                US mail: Rambus Inc.
                                      2465 Latham Street
                                      Mountain View, CA 94040
                                      attn: John Privitera

We will be presenting a paper at the Design Automation Conference (June 3-6),
"The Automatic Generation of Functional Test Vectors for Rambus Designs,"
K.D. Jones, J.P. Privitera. If you're at the conference, you may contact us
at the Las Vegas Hilton.


Date: Fri, 31 May 1996 18:58:54 -0700
From: Lisa.Blos-Johnson@Eng.Sun.COM (Lisa Blos-Johnson [TEMP])
Subject: Compiler jobs @ Sun

Sun's Advanced Processor Group is soliciting
resumes from motivated individuals interested in advancing
the state-of-the-art for our UltraSparc and JavaChip
families. If your interests are in CPU architecture and/or
compiler backend research and development, please send a
resume or call:

Lisa Blos-Johnson John.Wallace
lbj@Eng.Sun.Com John.Wallace@Eng.Sun.Com
PH-(408) 774-8674 PH-(408) 774-8592
FAX(408) 774-8680 FAX(408) 774-8680

We have immediate openings for people whose interests include
any of the following:

o CPU microarchitecture/ISA evaluation
o Compiler backend prototyping
   o Memory hierarchy management software techniques
o Benchmark performance analysis
o Graphics and Sun VIS (Visual Instruction Set) studies

We will consider both new college graduates and experienced

Give us a call! We'd love to talk with you!


Date: Fri, 31 May 1996 08:25:27 -0700
From: (the shadow)
Subject: Compiler Position For Fortune 500 Company in AZ

[FYI, this recruiter separately posted this message in comp.arch,
comp.lang.c++, and comp.lang.c. Tacky. -John]

2 Compiler Development Positions Open

Fortune 500 Company's Compiler Group is looking for compiler engineers
to work on C and C++ compilation systems for high-performance 32-bit
embedded RISC processors. The team has the dual charter of working
closely with microprocessor architects to explore new architectures,
and to develop highly optimizing compilers that provide complete
program development solutions to customers.

Both positions require BS, MS or Ph.D. in Computer Science or
Engineering with compiler development experience using C or C++ in UNIX
and MS-Windows environments. Experience with GNU compiler technology
will be an advantage.

Compiler Team Leader

The candidate will lead and supervise a team of compiler development
engineers. Establish and track team goals, schedules, and
accomplishments. Research new areas of compiler optimization, code
profiling, code compression, and new software and programming
standards. Prototype advanced compiler features. Design and supervise
implementation of new compiler features. Work with customers to
understand usability requirements and customer software development
models. Research tools and techniques to improve this model.

The candidate must have experience leading successful software
development teams.

Compiler Developer

The candidate will join a team of compiler engineers in developing and
maintaining state-of-the-art C and C++ compilers for advanced
microprocessors. Work closely with microprocessor designers to define
new architectures, evaluate implementation tradeoffs, run simulations
and analyze performance benchmarks. Implement state-of-the-art compiler
optimizations to take advantage of processor features. Integrate C and
C++ front-ends with optimizing back-ends. Provide robust and
feature-rich programming environments for application developers.
Incorporate customer feedback into definition and implementation of
next-generation program development environments

Both positions offer an excellent salary, bonus, and relocation

Please respond by emailing an ASCII resume to:


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