Compiler positions available for week ending June 15 (John R Levine)
15 Jun 1997 22:46:01 -0400

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From: (John R Levine)
Newsgroups: comp.compilers,
Date: 15 Jun 1997 22:46:01 -0400
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: jobs

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Date: Mon, 09 Jun 1997 14:25:20 +0200
From: Vania Joloboff <>
Organization: Open Group Research Institute
Subject: Compiler Job in France

The Open Group Research Institute is recruiting for its Java compiler
group software engineers to be located in for its Grenoble
lab. (France)

The Open Group Research Institute

The Open Group RI (TOGRI) is an international research institute with
laboratories in Cambridge, MA and Grenoble, FR. The RI receives
support from government and industry to investigate fundamental
software technology needed to improve the scalability, portability,
usability, and interoperability of computer systems.

More information can be obtained from for the Open Group Resaerch Institute for the lab. in Grenoble France

The Project

TOGRI is currently developing a native compiler for the Java language.
Software engineers are required to work on design, development and
testing of the TurboJ compiler. In addition to writing the compiler
translators it will be necessary to develop documentation, tests and
performance measurements tools

Programming will be in Java and C. See for info on the compiler

The Candidates

Candidates should have an MS degree or equivalent and at least five
years of experience in relevant areas, in particular in the area of
intermediate languages and code optimization: loop invariant removal,
type inference, constant propagation, expression reduction, register
allocation, etc.

Knowledge of object oriented systems, familiarity with a range of
processor architectures and the ability to work both independently and
as part of a team is required.

Experience with partial evaluation and garbage collection would be an
advantage but is not essential. The "working language" (email,
meetings, reports, presentations) at Grenoble RI lab is English.

If you believe you can fill this position, forward your CV and current
conditions of employment to:

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