Compiler positions available for week ending December 11
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Newsgroups: comp.compilers,
Keywords: jobs
Organization: Compilers Central
Date: Sun, 11 Dec 1994 13:00:00 GMT

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From: Kresten Krab Thorup <Kresten_Thorup@NeXT.COM>
Date: Mon, 5 Dec 94 16:48:20 -0800
Subject: compiler position at NeXT

NeXT Computer Inc.
900 Chesapeake Drive
Redwood City, CA 94063
Contact: Caroline McGrail
Email: Caroline_McGrail@NeXT.COM
415-780-4554 FAX

Position: Compiler and Runtime Engineer
Department: DevEnv

Primary responsibilities:

Design, development and maintenance of the C, C++, and Objective C
compilers and runtime systems.

Specific Responsibilities:

o maintenance and bug fixing for gcc and the
Objective C runtime
o coordinating changes with FSF and NeXT's porting groups
o implementation of new compiler and runtime features,
such as fix-n-go
o responsible for portions of the debugger that has to do with
dynamic shared libraries
o improving our C++ support in general
o optimizations of the Objective C runtime for shared libraries
o improving the performance of the shared library code

Position Requirements:

o experience with working on compilers
o interest in working on runtime systems
o knowledge of at least one machine architecture
including stack frame layouts and calling conventions
o knowledge of debuggers, assemblers, loaders helpful
o experience with optimizing software systems in general
would be a plus
o experience working with FSF would be a plus
o experience working with GCC would be a plus

Education and Experience:

B.S in Computer Science or related field,
and 2+ years of applicable experience.

Additional Success Factors:

Seeks high degree of reliability in her work


From: (Sajal Das)
Subject: Faculty Position at U of North Texas
Date: 6 Dec 1994 18:04:33 GMT
Organization: University of North Texas, Denton

                          FACULTY POSITION AVAILABLE

University of North Texas
College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Computer Sciences

Applications are invited for an expected tenure-track position at the
assistant or associate professor level. Candidates from all applied areas of
Computer Science, especially those with expertise in telecommunications
will be considered. A Ph.D. in Computer Science or a related field at the
time of appointment and a demonstrated commitment to both research and
teaching is required. Salary is competitive.

With approximately 800 faculty and 27,000 students (1/3 graduate students),
UNT is one of the largest universities in north Texas. Located 40 miles
north of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex and surrounded by high-tech
industry, Denton combines a small town atmosphere with the advantages of a
major metropolitan area. The department consists of 17 faculty and offers
BS/MS/Ph.D. programs to approximately 128 graduate and 450 undergraduate

Applicants should send their resumes including the names of
three references to:

Faculty Search Chair
Department of Computer Sciences
University of North Texas
Denton, TX 76203-6886.

UNT is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer.


Organization: Scientific Placement, Inc.
From: (Karl Skadowski)
Date: Fri, 9 Dec 1994 11:29:37 CST
Subject: Compiler smiths in Texas

Job Title & Location

Compiler/ Tools development engineer
Tools group needs someone to make tool and compiler level enhancements to
the interactive performance analyzer and symbolic debugger. The tools
support profiling highly optimized parallel applications. The compiler/tools
interface represents a key component in multiple front-end compiler system
that is targeted for high-performance multiprocessor systems.

Compiler Development - Optimizer Engineer
Participate in the design and implementation of the machine-independent
optimizations for our scalable parallel system, the Exemplar, which is based
on the HP PA-RISC architecture. Specific duties will include enhancing
parallelization features, loop transformations, and scalar optimizations for
Fortran, C, and C++.

Compiler Development - Code Generation Engineer
Participate in the design and implementation of the machine-dependent code
generation for our scalable parallel system, the Exemplar, which is based on
the HP PA-RISC architecture. Specific duties will include enhancing our
local and global register allocation, global instruction scheduling,
software pipelining, and cache prefetching algorithms.

Background Requirements for All Positions
U.S. or Can. Citizenship or Permanent Residency. Hands-on experience after
college in the design and development of compilers for parallel computer
systems. Demonstrable proficiency in C or C++ programming languages.
We work in a team environment. This requires outstanding oral and written
communication skills. The ability to write clear and concise design
documents and the ability to communicate with other team members is
M.S. or Ph.D. in computer science with emphasis on parallel processing
and/or compilers, or B.S. with extensive (5+ years) relevant experience.

Desired Experience for All Positions: Familiarity with assembly languages,
FORTRAN, and UNIX. Familiarity with scientific and engineering applications.

Respond with specific title above and your resume that shows you've 'been
there, done it'.

Karl Skadowski,
Scientific Placement, Inc., Box 19949 Houston, TX 77079
713-496-6100 (voice) 713-496-0373 (fax) -or- D1580@APPLELINK.APPLE.COM

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