Compiler positions available for week ending November 23
23 Nov 1997 20:01:44 -0500

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Date: 23 Nov 1997 20:01:44 -0500
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: jobs

This is a digest of ``help wanted'' and ``position available'' messages
received at comp.compilers during the preceding week. Messages must
advertise a position having something to do with compilers and must also
conform to the guidelines periodically posted in
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From: Lincoln Fajardo <>
Subject: Job opportunities at Lucent Technologies

Lucent Technologies is a $25 Billion, telecommunications giant
experiencing unprecedented growth since our unleashing from
AT&T. Lucent MicroElectronics is a market leader in the developement
of Digital Signal Processors for our domestic and international
customers that manufacture cellular, paging, modem and fax equipment.

To support our growing family of DSP's we are creating a leading
edge programming environment called LUxWORKS (TM).
We need talented individuals to develop C/C++ compilers, linkers, and
debuggers/profilers. We are looking for software engineers with
experience in the above areas. Requirements: MS or PhD in CS and
C/C++ development under Unix/Windows. Experience with Tcl/Tk or
with GNU or Metaware compilers another plus.

Join a team of Bell Labs engineers in Allentown, PA
that are focused on competitive R&D and having fun.
Lucent is an equal opportunity employer that believes diversity
is an economic necessity.

Foward your resume to:


Lincoln Fajardo, TMGR
Bell Labs
Lucent Technologies


From: (Craig Jon Anderson)
Subject: US - Metrowest Boston, MA - AS/400, Unix porting SW Eng.
Date: Tue, 18 Nov 1997 17:10:39 GMT
Organization: NobleNet, Inc.

US - Metrowest Boston, MA - AS/400, Unix porting SW Eng.

Leading middleware tools firm seeking AS/400 software engineer with
Unix experience to port leading middleware code generator to AS/400
and support company's entry to the AS/400 market. Experience with
AS/400 architecture, RPG, COBOL, ILE and system utilities required.
Unix programming experience a big plus. Contact

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Craig Jon Anderson
Director of Business Development
Product Line Manager
NobleNet, Inc.
508-460-8222 (voice)
508-460-3456 (fax)


From: (Barry Richards)
Subject: jobs offered: in IC-Parc, Imperial College, London, UK
Date: 17 Nov 1997 14:12:48 -0000
Organization: IC-Parc, Imperial College, London. U.K.

                                                    Imperial College,
                                                University of London,
                                                    17 November 1997

IC-Parc has new positions available in the area of constraint
programming and its application to large scale industrial problems. The
main focus is on resource management and planning. The industrial
sectors are transportation, construction, retailing, telecommunications
and oil.

There are two types of candidate who are of particular interest.

(1) The first will have experience in the development of compilers,
programming environments and libraries for high-level languages, such
as Prolog or, ideally, constraint programming. He or she will work in a
small team developing, migrating and maintaining the ECLiPSe constraint
programming system. ECLiPSe is a hybrid programming system supporting
constraint propagation, mixed integer programming and local search. The
candidate will develop novel functionality to support the combination
of such techniques as cleanly and naturally as possible. He or she will
be comfortable working according to good software engineering practice,
in coordination with the ECLiPSe senior architect.

(2) The second will have a solid background in one or more of the
paradigms covered by constraint programming, e.g. constraint logic
programming, stochastic algorithms, mathematical programming. They will
also have experience of solving large combinatorial optimisation
problems. The programming environment currently used in IC-Parc, both
for research and for applications development, is the ECLiPSe

Candidates will, in general, be expected to participate both in
developing applications software and in advancing the basic research
agenda. The balance will be determined according to individual
preferences and the needs of the Centre.

The appointments will be for 2 years in the first instance, and will be
renewable subject to satisfactory performance and available funding.
Candidates will be expected to have a PhD or extensive industrial
experience. There will be an attractive financial renumeration,
including a salary in the range 20-30K pounds depending on experience.
In addition, there are opportunities for consulting for a spin-off
company associated with IC-Parc.

We are seeking to fill these positions as soon as possible and would
encourage interested candidates to send a curriculum vitae at your
earliest convenience.

Enquiries and applications should be directed to either
Professor Barry Richards <> or Dr Mark Wallace
<> at IC-Parc.

For further information about IC-Parc please consult the Centre's Web
page at


Date: Fri, 21 Nov 1997 16:00:05 -0500
From: Ashish Joshi <>
Subject: Compiler Position at Magna Software Corp. NY

Job Opening in the areas of Compiler Construction at

Magna Software Corp.
275, Seventh Av.
New York NY 10001

We have immediate need for engineers in compiler construction.

In this position, you will be responsible for designing, implementing, and
testing a code generator for Magna Software Corp.'s product MAGNA X. You
will have the opportunity to contribute in a project which is already has
near flawless performance for a great deal of functionality.

Requirements for Above Positions:

o BS, or MS Computer Science or related field .
o Solid understanding of compiler fundamentals and theory.
o Strong understanding of compiler implementation tools
o Strong communication and teamwork skills.

We emphasis teamwork, initiative, innovation and appropriate risk-taking.
You will work with a highly motivated and successful team.

Magna Software Corporation's MAGNA X is a leading toolset that builds
integrated applications. For more information on MAGNA X
please refer to

For immediate consideration, send a resume to one of the following:

US mail:

      Thomas Gwydir
      Vice President, Development
      Magna Software Corporation
      275, Seventh Av.
      New York NY 10001

      Attn: Thomas Gwydir (212) 691-1968

Magna Software Corporation is an equal employment opportunity employer.

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