|Compiler positions available for week ending September 15 firstname.lastname@example.org (comp.compilers) (2013-09-15)|
|Compiler positions available for week ending September 15 email@example.com (1996-09-15)|
|Date:||15 Sep 1996 12:14:53 -0400|
This is a digest of ``help wanted'' and ``position available'' messages
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.
Positions that remain open may be re-advertised once a month. To respond
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Subject: Job opportunity at Tasking Software, Boston area
Date: 11 Sep 1996 16:12:57 GMT
TASKING, an industry leading international manufacturer of software
development tools for embedded systems, is seeking for a motivated
individual to develop state-of-the-art cross development tools including
C/C++ compilers, debuggers, assemblers, and linkers. TASKING is looking
for an individual contributor who is also a team player. Responsibilities will
include design, coding, testing, and documentation.
- Solid experience in C and Unix, knowledge of MS-DOS, Windows
- Knowledge of C++ desirable
- Background in compilers and programming languages
- Knowledge of debuggers for embedded systems
- Experience with real-time kernels and evaluation boards is a plus.
Please send resumes to:
333 Elm Street
Dedham, MA 02026
No phone calls, please.
From: email@example.com (Larry Meadows)
Subject: Compiler position available at Portland Group, Oregon
Date: 11 Sep 1996 14:02:35 -0700
Organization: The Portland Group, Inc.
The Portland Group is a leading supplier of compilers and support
tools for high performance scalar and parallel architectures. We
are seeking people with a strong work ethic who are looking for change,
challenge, and opportunity in an established growth company. The following
position is available:
Parallel Compiler Engineer
Assist in the design, implementation, and tuning of a data-parallel
High Performance Fortran (HPF) compiler, as well as SMP parallelizing
and vectorizing compilers for other languages. Optimizing, vectorizing, and/or
parallelizing compiler experience necessary.
Must be very familiar with UNIX, C, Fortran, and solid engineering
principles. Must be highly motivated and quality oriented. We offer good
salary, an excellent benefits package, equity position,
and a great opportunity.
Send resume with cover letter to:
Or mail to:
The Portland Group
9150 SW Pioneer Ct, Suite H
Wilsonville, OR 97070
From: lam@truffle.Stanford.EDU (Monica Lam)
Subject: Programmer's position at Stanford
Date: 12 Sep 1996 21:52:56 GMT
Organization: Stanford University
Computer Science Department
Join the SUIF compiler team at Stanford to develop a
free compiler infrastructure!
We are starting a project, together with Harvard, UCSB, and Cygnus
Support--a company with a history of supporting gcc, to build a
compiler infrastructure for researchers and users. Our goal is to
develop an infrastructure that many different compiler groups can
contribute to. Its success can lead to a compiler system that is
better than any existing systems!
The source languages of the compiler include Fortran, C, C++ and Java.
The advanced components of the compiler include automatic
parallelization, pointer analysis, object-oriented programming
optimizations, and instruction scheduling. The system will be built
upon the SUIF compiler that has been distributed since 1994 and has
been used by many different universities and companies
We are seeking a highly-motivated and super programmer who could help
lay the foundation of the infrastructure. The primary responsibility
of the research programmer is to assist in the design, implementation,
testing, debugging, maintenance, and documentation of the compiler
system. He or she will interact closely with the rest of the research
team, as well as provide support to the external user base. We need
somebody who can work independently and innovatively in the face of
unreasonable demands; at the same time, the job provides a lot of
freedom and growth potential.
The candidate must have a B.S. or M.S. degree in Computer Science or
equivalent and excellent programming skills. He or she must be
familiar with C++ and have extensive programming experience in large
software projects. Knowledge in optimizing compilers is preferable.
Please send a cover letter, a resume and two references to
Prof. Monica Lam
Department of Computer Science
Gates Building, 3A-Wing
Stanford, CA 94305-9030
or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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