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|Date:||21 Apr 2013 10:14:39 -0000|
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From: Maxim Kuvyrkov <email@example.com>
Subject: Open-source toolchain developer at KugelWorks (California)
Date: Tue, 16 Apr 2013 07:29:10 +1200
We are looking for developers passionate about open-source and toolchain
development. You will be working on a variety of open-source projects,
primarily on GCC, LLVM, glibc, GDB and Binutils.
You should have ...
- Experience with open-source projects and upstream communities;
- Experience with open-source toolchain projects is a plus (GCC, LLVM, glibc,
Binutils, GDB, Newlib, uClibc, OProfile, QEMU, Valgrind, etc);
- Knowledge of compiler technology;
- Knowledge of low-level computer architecture;
- Proficiency in C. Proficiency in C++ and Python is a plus;
- Knowledge of Linux development environment;
- Time management and self-organizing skills, desire to work from your home
office (KugelWorks is a distributed company);
- Professional ambitions;
- Fluent English;
- BSc in computer science (or rationale why you do not need one).
At KugelWorks you will have the opportunity to ...
- Hack on the toolchain;
- Develop your engineering, managerial, and communication skills;
- Gain experience in product development;
- Get public recognition for your open-source work;
- Become open-source maintainter.
- Maxim Kuvyrkov
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: +1 831 295 8595
- Website: www.kugelworks.com
From: Raimund Kirner <email@example.com>
Subject: PhD Studentships on Concurrency Engineering of Multi-Core Applications (Univ. of Hertfordshire)
Date: Fri, 19 Apr 2013 18:26:20 +0100
Organization: Netfront http://www.netfront.net/
PhD Studentships on Concurrency Engineering of Multi-Core Applications
The School of Computer Science at the University of Hertfordshire
close to London is one of the oldest Computer Science academic
departments in the UK. The University's predecessor, Hatfield College
of Technology, was one of the very first adopters of Computer Science
as an academic discipline in the country. The Compiler Technology and
Computer Architecture group has a strong reputation for its work on
compiler technologies for distributed and parallel computing
platforms, and dependable computing. It collaborates with leading
hardware institutions in academia and industry. Graduates from our
group are looked after by industry, working at renowned companies such
Besides other projects, the CTCA group currently coordinates the
ARTEMIS-JU European research project CRAFTERS (ConstRaint and
Application driven Framework for Tailoring Embedded Real-time
Systems), which is carried out jointly with five other Universities
and 20 companies across Europe. Our objective within this project is
to develop compiler-supported measures to create reliable software.
One of the key concepts for this research is S-NET, which is a
stream-based coordination language used to simplify the programming of
multi-core applications by separating coordination and computation
Within the scope of the project we offer PhD studentships and
project-funded research positions.
Requirements for applicants:
* Graduate student in the area of computer science
* Interest in compilers and compiler technology
* Adequate English skills (written and spoken)
* Interest in programming
* Propensity for teamwork
PhD studentships are awarded for three years, with a bursary of about #
13.590 per annum. A home student's fee will also be covered. Planned
beginning is July 2013, but is open to negotiation.
Extension of the flow-programming language S-Net, developed at UH, which
is a declarative coordination language that describes the dataflow
between functional units of a distributed application. Topics include:
adding new mechanisms for robustness such as adaptability within the
tool chain of S-NET, extending the expressiveness of S-Net towards
embedded computing, as well as further issues of language design and
Further information and an application form can be obtained from Mrs
Lorraine Nicholls, 9AB, Tel: +44-1707-28-6083, Research Student
Administrator, STRI, University of Hertfordshire, College Lane,
Hatfield, Herts, AL10, email: l.nicholls [AT] herts.ac.uk. The topic
Programming Languages and Compilation Technology has to be given on
the application form to reply to this post.
The short-listing process will begin on 1. May 2013. (later applications
are still possible, in this case please contact directly Dr. Raimund
Kirner (r.kirner [AT] herts.ac.uk) to check for availability)
University of Hertfordshire
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