Compiler positions available for week ending January 11
12 Jan 1998 00:13:56 -0500

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Date: 12 Jan 1998 00:13:56 -0500
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: jobs

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From: Beryl Ann Swanson <>
Subject: Compiler job in Austin TX (recruiter)
Date: Fri, 09 Jan 1998 09:47:06 +0000
Organization: Scientific Placement, Inc.

TX-Austin-Compiler Engineers
Software developers are needed for compiler based work for company
located in Austin, TX. You should have at least 2 years' experience,
programming in C++ in the Windows95 and/or NT environments. You must
also have strong knowledge of machine instruction sets and assembly
programming. Experience in x86 based compilers is ideal. Degreed
candidates are preferred.

Beryl Ann Swanson
Scientific Placement, Inc.
(281) 496-6100
(281) 496-6802 (fax)


Subject: Front-End Compiler Engineers
Date: Fri, 9 Jan 98 16:56:52 -0700
From: todd <>

I am looking for 5 mid- to senior-level compilers/languages software
engineers for a PL/SQL language group. The ideal candidate should be
a highly talented, motivated engineer that has the ability to solve
large complex problems with excellent quality.



The ideal candidate has strong problem solving skills, C programming
experience, a good understanding of software design, a team-player
attitude and a strong desire to work on real products.

Specific requirements:

Degree/Major: BS/MS/PhD in Computer Science
Experience: 3+ years in programming languages, compilers
- Required: strong experience in commercial compiler construction,
                        syntax checking, semantic analysis
- Highly desirable: expertise in language design
- Preferred: Experience in object oriented systems, databases, SQL,
                        client-server technology, code-generation, interpreters


Looking for a motivated, talented front-end developer to architect,
design, implement and maintain various cutting-edge features. The
candidate will have responsibilities covering the following
components: parser, name-resolution, type-checking, overload
resolution, library management, SQL semantics. Project areas might
include object-oriented enhancements, SQL and PL/SQL language
extensions, compatibility, dependency managemement, interoperability
with SQL/Java/C, compile-time performance, client-side support and

Product Description:

The PL/SQL language is a full-fledged procedural language which
naturally extends the SQL relational language, integrating features
such as data encapsulation, information hiding, overloading, and
exception handling. PL/SQL aims to provide the easiest and fastest
way to access data in the database.

The PL/SQL (compile-time and run-time) subsystem provides support for
a distributed programming environment that includes a transparent
client-server debugger.

The Team:

The PL/SQL team is a strong well-knit team of top-class developers
working as part of the core database server team. The team has
tremendous visibility across all divisions of the company (including
Tools and Applications). Furthermore, developers have the opportunity
to expand their knowledge and learn about database servers and also
about client-side tools. Finally, we are looking for creative ways to
solve real customer problems in the object-relational and the
distributed applications space.

Todd M. Caplan
Gary Baer Communications, Inc.
Ph: 800-335-1945
Fax: 800-982-6367

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