|What's available in Compiler Jobs ? firstname.lastname@example.org (Ajig Alcalde) (1998-04-15)|
|Re: What's available in Compiler Jobs ? email@example.com (1998-04-18)|
|Re: What's available in Compiler Jobs ? firstname.lastname@example.org (1998-04-18)|
|Re: What's available in Compiler Jobs ? email@example.com (1998-04-21)|
|Re: What's available in Compiler Jobs ? cliff.click@Eng.Sun.COM (Clifford Click) (1998-04-21)|
|Re: What's available in Compiler Jobs ? firstname.lastname@example.org (Thomas Lindgren) (1998-04-27)|
|From:||email@example.com (Andrew Tucker)|
|Date:||18 Apr 1998 00:51:23 -0400|
|Organization:||Northwest Nexus, Inc.|
Ajig Alcalde (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
: 1. Are you guys working as compiler writers, or are many of
: you hobbyists? (I know there quite a few students here).
I've done both, but more on the hobbyist side.
: 2. What do you think is the future for this market?
: 3. Is the demand growing? (With Microsoft dominating the compiler
: market for PCs, my outsider opinion is that it is decreasing).
The market is definitely not decreasing, in my estimation, regardless
of MS. The field of compilers is much bigger than mainstream
languages like C/C++ and Java. Within the PC community consider SQL
parsers, layout langauges (i.e. resource files), and ActiveX
scripting. Compiler areas that are much bigger than PCs include
language X to language Y conversions, metrics utilities, and
And, of course, in the embedded programming world there are a whole
slew of microprocessors and microcontrollers that need to be targeted
by new and existing compilers as well as lots of more specialized
processors like DSPs.
/* Andrew */
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