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From: Sherilyn Allen <SherilynA@bsquare.com>
Subject: Jobs at bsquare, Seattle area
Date: Fri, 12 Nov 1999 15:47:27 -0800
In this position, you would be working with
a small, dedicated team to port a high-quality commercial C++ compiler to a
new architecture. This compiler team works alongside other experienced
compiler teams porting the same compiler to other new CPUs, which provides
for a rich learning environment. Each of our compiler teams is supported by
dedicated build and quality assurance teams. The build team builds the
compiler nightly and the QA team tests the compiler at least weekly using
in-house and commercial test suites containing over 40,000 test cases. Our
porting projects tend to last approximately one year. At the end of a
project, team members have the opportunity to begin work on new projects.
Our compilers are used to build the Windows CE operating system. Developers
around the world use our compilers to create applications for Windows CE.
The work primarily consists of adding new
machine-dependent code generation and optimization phases to the core
compiler for a given CPU. The focus is on generating code suitable for
embedded systems. In some cases, the team may create a new assembler, add
linker support, or modify the C runtime to support the new architecture.
* Candidate should enjoy working at the systems level
* Candidate should have experience using at least one assembly
* Must have some knowledge of compilers either as a result of
schooling or experience
* Prefer code generation knowledge
* BSCS or equivalent
* Ability to work well in a small team environment
* Strong desire to work on commercial products
BSQUARE Corporation is a dynamic software
organization enabling the Intelligent Computing Device revolution through
Windows CE-based software products and services. BSQUARE's expertise in
Windows CE is derived from years of contributing to the development of the
Windows CE operating system, and from serving as a Microsoft preferred
provider of Visual Tools for Windows CE.
Interested candidates are encouraged to
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