Compiler positions available for week ending September 12 (comp.compilers)
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Date: 13 Sep 2004 01:41:22 -0400
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: jobs
Posted-Date: 13 Sep 2004 01:41:22 EDT

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Date: Thu, 09 Sep 2004 15:06:24 -0700
From: Seongbae Park <Seongbae.Park@Sun.COM>
Subject: Compiler backend engineer position available at Sun Microsystems, Silicon Valley
Reply-to: Seongbae.Park@Sun.COM

* Job Title: Software Engineer
* Job Location: Menlo Park, CA

* Description:

Develop and enhance advanced compiler optimization in the compiler
backend for the next generation SPARC family of processors. Study the
performance of the code generated by the compiler and propose
improvements. Work with compiler users to understand their
applications and help them utilize the compiler to generate better
code for the new processors. Should be able to work with the
performance and architecture teams to study and understand
architecture/compiler trade-offs.

* Qualifications:

Strong background in advanced compiler optimizations including
instruction scheduling. Knowledge in modern computer
architecture. Excellent programming skills in C/C++ under the
UNIX/Solaris environment. Self-motivated, excellent
communication/interpersonal skills, and work in team environment.

If you're interested, please send your resume to

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