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Date: 30 Nov 1997 22:55:39 -0500
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: jobs

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From: (Clyde Smith-Stubbs)
Subject: Programmers- (cross compilers) reqd, Australia
Date: Mon, 24 Nov 1997 12:02:00 GMT
Organization: HI-TECH Software

HI-TECH Software develops and markets C cross compilers for embedded
systems. We have vacancies for programmers/software engineers with
experience in any of: compiler construction, embedded systems, user
interfaces, technical writing and technical support.

Strong C background is a must. New or impending graduates are welcome
to apply. Applicants must be Australian residents.

HI-TECH Software is a small but rapidly growing company based in
Brisbane, QLD, Australia. We offer a friendly, relaxed working
environment. An attractive salay will be negotiated according to
experience and qualifications. Occasional overseas travel may be

Applications may be emailed, faxed or snail-mailed:
Phone: +61 7 3354 2411
=46ax: +61 7 3354 2422
PO Box 103 Alderley QLD 4051 Australia

  Clyde Smith-Stubbs | HI-TECH Software, | Voice: +61 7 3354 2411 | P.O. Box 103, Alderley, | Fax: +61 7 3354 2422 | QLD, 4051, AUSTRALIA. |=20


From: Siddhartha Chatterjee <>
Subject: Postdoctoral position available, U. of North Carolina
Date: Mon, 24 Nov 1997 12:26:47 -0500
Organization: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


The TUNE project at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
( has an immediate opening for a
postdoctoral research associate, who will play a leading role in
developing, implementing, and evaluating (both analytically and
experimentally) new compiler techniques that attempt to improve the
performance of hierarchical scientific codes by enhancing their
locality of reference on multi-level memory hierarchies.

The goal of the TUNE project is to understand the relation between
locality of reference and performance of programs, and to develop a
toolkit to allow programmers to exploit this relation for a class of
scientific programs that use hierarchical methods. The project
addresses the problem at multiple levels: developing the relevant
mathematical techniques for representing and manipulating locality;
implementing interactive and automatic tools for locality management;
and proposing and evaluating innovative memory architectures for
future-generation systems.

This position requires a Ph.D. or equivalent experience in computer
science or a related field, strong mathematical skills, expertise in C
and C++ programming, experience with developing compiler optimizations
and program restructuring techniques, and good oral and written
communication skills. Experience with hierarchical methods in
scientific computing, the SUIF toolkit, and Java programming are
desirable. Salary depends on qualifications. The position is for a
period of one year, and is renewable subject to availability of funds
and satisfactory performance. The position provides a competitive
salary and benefits, travel opportunities, and access to
state-of-the-art computational facilities.

To apply for this position, send a curriculum vitae and three letters
of recommendation to: Dr. Siddhartha Chatterjee, Department of
Computer Science, CB #3175, Sitterson Hall, The University of North
Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3175. 919-962-1766,
Minorities and women are encouraged to apply. UNC is an AA/EOE.
Dr. Siddhartha Chatterjee, Asst. Professor
Department of Computer Science,
The University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3175 (919) 962-1766


Subject: Job- Denver, Colorado; Compiler/Languages Specialist
Date: 26 Nov 1997 15:53:19 GMT
Organization: Career Marketing Associates

US; CO, Denver; Compiler/Languages Specialist; LEX, YACC, C++, Prolog

Significant senior level software design experience. Experience or
strong familiarity in the area of computer languages, compiler theory
and/or reverse engineering technology. This includes such tools as Lex
and Yacc or similar tools. 3+ years software development
experience. UNIX or Windows development experience. Development
experience in C++ and/or C. Knowledge to work well in groups and
interact with people from all disciplines. Able to work well in
groups and interact with people from all discipline. Prolog
Experience (rule based systems) would be a plus.

This position requires a forward thinker. An individual with
architectural vision that is also keenly aware of realities of
software product development and product evolution. It is a demanding
and highly rewarding position. You will be reporting directly to the
Director of Engineering. Your primary responsibilities will include:
Ownership of the reverse engineering components of our client's
products. This includes new design and development. To provide vision
to maintain the open, flexible and extensible architectures that
currently exist in our client's products. To interface with other
software developers to effectively deploy new technology within our
client' s products. To review user feedback to assure there continues
to exist a solid framework to allow our client's products to evolve
and continue to meet the needs of our client's customers.

Please refer to JO# 2660GVP in your response.

Richard Steinman
Team Leader
IT & Software Solutions Team
Career Marketing Associates

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