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From: "comp.compilers" <compilers@iecc.com>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 31 Jul 2005 11:48:47 -0400
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: jobs

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From: "npsanders@gmail.com" <npsanders@gmail.com>
Subject: Sr. Compiler Engineering (Silicon Valley, recruiter)
Date: 25 Jul 2005 13:13:03 -0700


Sr. Compiler Engineer


Position Type: Full-Time Employee
Location: San Jose, California (Silicon Valley, USA)
Relocation Provided
Generous Compensation and Stock package


Job Description:
You will be responsible for identifying, developing, and delivering
critical enhancements to programming models and the compiler tool chain
for a new and unique multi-processor architecture.


Requirements:
Experience with compiler back-end technology
In-depth understanding of processor architectures
Excellent interpersonal and debugging skills
Candidate should be self-motivated and comfortable working in a fast
paced, mission-critical engineering environment


Valuable Skills:
Candidates with previous experience in multi-processor architectures,
SIMD architectures and media architectures, as well as familiarity with
the GCC
source base is a plus.


Experience:
Minimum 3-5 years of experience
M.S. in Computer Science, Computer or Electrical Engineering required
PhD in Computer Science, Computer or Electrical Engineering a plus


Thanks,
Nathan Sanders
Principal/Manager
Bridgenex LLC
2464 El Camino Real #206
Santa Clara, Ca 95051
Office: 1.800.881.5733
Email: nathan@bridgenex.com
Corporate: www.bridgenex.com


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Subject: Compiler jobs at The Mathworks (Natick MA)
Date: Sat, 30 Jul 2005 11:54:31 -0400
From: "Vijay Raghavan" <Vijay.Raghavan@mathworks.com>


Mathworks is leading a quiet revolution in model-based design and automatic
code-generation. Compiling high-level textual and graphical languages into C
code for microcontrollers poses numerous challenges. Join us in solving these
problems and change the way embedded programming is done. We are seeking a
versatile super-star to join a small high-energy product team. We require
demonstrated software engineering skills, a penchant for abstraction,
experience with massive code bases, an analytical bent of mind, a love of
hacking, and compiler experience. You will be expected to participate with
enthusiasm in all stages of software design, coding, testing, and
maintenance.


Qualifications:
* M.S. or Ph.D. in Computer Science or Electrical Engineering
* Must be able to think on your feet and also while sleeping
* Awesome C/C++ coding skills with a strong bias towards action
* Must have morbid curiosity in debugging, understanding and improving other
people and their code
* A healthy combination of passion, arrogance and ambition
* Experience in building large-scale engineering software and/or compiler
technology (intermediate representations, control-flow analysis etc.)
* Above all, love of MATLAB, Simulink and Stateflow (not necessarily in that
order)
* If you already made your first million, contact us immediately


Will consider relocation.


Contact: vijay@mathworks.com
http://www.mathworks.com


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