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|Date:||29 Jul 1997 13:55:44 -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.
Positions that remain open may be re-advertised once a month. To respond
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From: Michael Sunday <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Hi risk, hi reward compiler spot, Bay Area
Date: Wed, 16 Jul 1997 17:13:51 -0700
Organization: Sunday & Associates, Inc.
Two compiler positions, both in same company. There is some risk,
company is not stable. But the project will be pretty exciting and
plenty of visibility. Salary will be solid, hi end, good benefits.
Relocations from any location in the world are possible.
1) Senior lead compiler engineer who can serve as group
--some back end exper.
--prior GCC exper. and appreciation
2) Second senior-ish engineer, again GCC background.
Salary up to the low $100's plus benefits. Location in south bay, San
Michael Sunday Sunday & Associates, Inc.
From: email@example.com (Josef Grosch)
Subject: Compiler Engineer Wanted, Germany
Date: Wed, 23 Jul 1997 12:33:54 +0200 (MEST)
CoCoLab at Karlsruhe, Germany, develops and markets the Cocktail
Toolbox for compiler construction and realizes projects in the areas
of compiler construction and program analysis.
We are looking for a compiler engineer for work in the areas of
syntax analysis, syntax trees, and program analysis.
- Experience with C in a UNIX environment.
- Experience with lex/yacc or other parser development tools.
- Master's degree or Diploma in computer science.
Please respond to:
Dr. Josef Grosch
CoCoLab - Datenverarbeitung
Hagsfelder Allee 16
Fax : +49-721-661966
From: "anna.michienzi" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Analog Devices Job Opportunities (Boston area)
Date: Fri, 25 Jul 1997 16:47:33 -0400
COMPILER/RTL DEVELOPMENT ENGINEERS
NORWOOD, MA COMPUTER PRODUCTS DIVISION
At Analog Devices our DSP Development Tools group is building one of
the industry's most advanced and complete line of DSP hardware and
software tools available in the world today. As an integral part of our
Computer Products Division, this key group develops state-of -the-art
code generation and debugging tools which allow our customers to bring
their Fixed/Floating-Point DSP products quickly and efficiently to
market. With a record of explosive growth and burgeoning customer
demand, it's clear...Digital Signal Processing is one of today's hottest
technologies and Analog Devices is an undisputed leader in this exciting
field. In respond to this demand we are seeking the most talented
Compiler Development Engineers
the industry has to offer. Now is the time to bring your Compiler/RTL
development expertise to an environment where opportunity is boundless
and achievement is truly valued.
Specify ,design, and implement C language extensions, global compiler
optimizations and retargets of optimizing compilers to DSP processors.
Positions are also available for compiler library developers to write C
runtime libraries and library support routines for DSP applications.
MS/Ph.D. in CS, CSE or EE and 5+ years of compiler development
experience. Strong C/C++, assembly level development skills, and a
proven track record using solid design methodologies a must. Knowledge
of DSP/microprocessor architectures a plus.
RUN TIME LIBRARY ENGINEERS
Specify, design, code, test, integrate DSP compilers and run time
libraries. Suggest and recommend changes/improvements to runtime
library development methods, processes, and products. Design and
implement realtime subsets of C/C++ libraries. Design and implement
runtime library support for C/C++ language extensions to support DSP
algorithms. Insure consistency of user interfaces, feature sets,
debugging information between processor families. Validate compiler and
runtimes with industry standard test suites such as Plum-Hall,
Perennial, etc. Review compiler and runtime library requirements with
Marketing, Applications, customers, and other Development Tools Groups.
Analyze and compare with competitive products in the DSP,
microcontroller and general purpose microprocessor markets.
BS/MS with 5-7 years of experience in DSP algorithm development,
compiler runtime support, or strong C/C++ and assembly skills.
Analog Devices offers competitive salaries and a valuable benefits
package; including a biannual bonus plan based on company performance,
an employee stock purchase plan, an exceptional company participating
401(k) plan and much more.
Please respond to:
Anna Michienzi, Human Resources, Analog Devices, One Technology Way,
Norwood, MA 02062
Visit our home page at http://www.analog.com
Analog Devices is an equal opportunity employer
From: Vikram Adve <email@example.com>
Subject: Postdoc position at Rice University
Date: Fri, 25 Jul 1997 16:05:55 -0500 (CDT)
Postdoctoral Research Associate Position
COMPILER-DRIVEN PERFORMANCE PREDICTION FOR DATA-PARALLEL PROGRAMS
Rice Parallel Compiler and Tools Group
Department of Computer Science
We invite applications for a post-doctoral research associate position
in the D System project on compilers and tools for data-parallel
programming. We are starting work on POEMS, a new DARPA-funded effort
on environments for end-to-end performance evaluation of large-scale
parallel applications (http://www.cs.utexas.edu/users/poems/). This
project is in collaboration with researchers at several other
institutions. The compiler group at Rice will particularly be
focusing on compiler-based techniques for constructing performance
models of High Performance Fortran (HPF) programs. We will explore
models at different levels of abstraction, from a detailed
specification language to abstract analytical models.
This position will require research at the interface between
parallelizing compilers and performance modeling of parallel programs
and systems. The ideal candidate would possess proven research
expertise in one of these areas, and some exposure to and interest in
This is an opportunity to participate in challenging research on a
timely problem, with the potential to have significant impact on
current practice. The Rice parallel compiler group has a long and
distinguished history of research on compilers and programming
environments, with significant external impact on the practice of high
performance computing. The group has a strong track record of
technology transfer to industry.
This position is available immediately. The appointment will be for a
period of two years, extendable to three years subject to funding
availability and mutual interest. The annual salary range is
US$50,000-$54,000. The position provides regular Rice University
benefits except specific retirement benefits. Interested persons
should send a resume, including the names of three persons who can
provide letters of reference, to the following address (preferably by
e-mail as ASCII or postscript):
Computer Science Department, M/S 132
6100 Main Street
Houston, TX 77005-1892.
Rice University is committed to affirmative action and equal opportunity in
education and employment. Rice does not discriminate on the basis of race,
color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, age,
disability, or veteran status.
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