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Date: 30 Jun 1997 00:07:01 -0400
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: jobs

This is a digest of ``help wanted'' and ``position available'' messages
received at comp.compilers during the preceding week. Messages must
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Date: Mon, 23 Jun 1997 12:19:41 -0700
From: "Robert S. French" <>
Subject: Compiler job opportunity at startup in silicon valley

Looking for a job where you can really make a difference? Want to get
in on the ground floor of a startup? Now's your chance!

Silicon Spice, Inc. is a Silicon Valley startup that is producing a
novel processing solution for the telecommunications industry.
Positions are currently available in software tools, applications, and
VLSI design. All positions are in the San Francisco bay area.
Silicon Spice offers a comprehensive benefits package, an excellent
work environment, and stock options to all employees.

For a full listing of job openings, please visit our web site at, send email to <>,
or call us at 510-739-6600. We look forward to hearing from you!

Job Title: Senior Software Engineer / Compiler Specialist

Job Responsibilities: Design and implement many aspects of a new C
compiler, including assembler, linker, debugger, and runtime
libraries. Also participate in other software projects including
simulation, profiling, and operating system kernels.

Job Requirements: BSCS and 3+ years industry experience. Strong
industry background in back end compiler design and implementation,
including compilers for embedded systems. Must be accustomed to
working in a team. Windows NT, C++, object-oriented design.


Date: Tue, 24 Jun 1997 13:01:11 -0700
From: Lisa.Blos-Johnson@Eng.Sun.COM (Lisa Blos-Johnson \[TEMP\])
Subject: Openings at Sun

Sun's Advanced Processor Architecture and Software 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 microarchitecture, JVM implementation, Java dynamic
compiler and/or static compiler backend research and development, Java
and conventional benchmark performance analysis, please send us a resume
or call:

Lisa Blos-Johnson
PH (408) 774-8297
FAX (408) 328-8812

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

                o CPU microarchitecture/ISA evaluation
                o Memory hierarchy management techniques
o Java virtual machine and dynamic compiler implementation
                o Static compiler backend prototyping
o Java and conventional benchmark performance analysis
o Multimedia and Sun VIS (Visual Instruction Set) studies

We are seeking highly motivated individuals who want to work with the
leading edge processor and language implementation technologies for Java as well
conventional languages, in a company that started all this excitement.
We will consider both new college graduates and experienced
engineers. Talk to us!


Date: Tue, 24 Jun 1997 16:47:56 -0500
From: Panos Linos <>
Organization: Tennessee Tech. University
Subject: Faculty Position CSC


Tennessee Technological University

Department of Computer Science

Please bring the following announcement to the attention of anyone
who might be interested in the described position.

The Computer Science Department at Tennessee Technological University
has an opening for a one year temporary appointment at the Assistant
Professor level. We are seeking applications from recent or new
computer science Ph.D. recipients, or computer science Ph.D. candidates
who are ABD, to fill this position for the 1997-98 academic year
in August 1997. Although this is a non-tenure track appointment, we
anticipate receiving administrative approval to advertise it as
tenure-track with a starting date of August 1998. The advertising plan
is expected to be initiated during either the Fall semester of 1997
or early in 1998.

Duties will include:

Teaching a three course load each semester consisting primarily of,
but not limited to, undergraduate courses in C, C++, and software

Limited committee duties.

Advisement of about 20 computer science majors.

Cookeville is located in the scenic Upper Cumberland region of
Middle Tennessee where outdoor recreation facilities abound. We are
midway between Nashville and Knoxville on I-40. It is a one hour
scenic drive to Chattanooga and about 2 hours to Atlanta.

Interested candidates should submit a resume, graduate transcripts,
and three letters of recommendation to:

Don C. Ramsey, Professor
Department of Computer Science
Tennessee Technological University
P.O. Box 5101
Cookeville, TN 38505

voice: (615) 372-3691
FAX: (615) 372-6353

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