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Newsgroups: comp.compilers,
Date: 23 Oct 2000 21:47:46 -0400
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: jobs

This is a digest of ``help wanted'' and ``position available'' messages
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Date: Tue, 17 Oct 2000 16:26:26 -0700
From: Tara Krishnaswamy <>
Organization: HP: iFL (Internet & IA64 Foundation Lab)
Subject: R&D Engineering Positions in dynamic instrumentation, HP Cupertino

R&D Engineering Positions in HP Cupertino

We are looking for strong and motivated engineers to work in
the fast-paced Dynamic Instrumentation project in Hewlett Packard Co,
Cupertino, CA. Dynamic instrumentation is the ability to alter program
instructions at runtime to insert instrumentation code. This technology
is useful in developing runtime and performance analysis tools, object
code translators, dynamic optimizers etc. This project is at the
exciting confluence of operating systems (HP-UX, Linux, NT),
microprocessor architectures (IA64), and compilers/languages (C/C++,
Java, Fortran). The team is very diverse with people from different
parts of the world who interact freely during and outside work.

As a team member, you will be involved in the development of major
portions of functionality in the product. You will also participate
in the software life-cycle of the product through design,
implementation, and testing and integration of the whole product.
You will be responsible for innovating in these areas, submitting
patents, interacting with customers, etc.

Skills / Knowledge Qualifications

* BS, MS or PhD in Computer Science or equivalent experience
* Solid understanding of systems programming (e.g. operating systems,
    compilers, tools, JVM)
* Solid problem solving skills.
* Solid programming experience in C/C++ and software development
* Strong communication (verbal and written) skills.
* Strong teamwork and people skills.



Subject: Job at CodeSourcery
Organization: CodeSourcery, LLC
From: Mark Mitchell <>
Date: Wed, 18 Oct 2000 19:16:46 -0700

Software Engineer -- Compiler Development

CodeSourcery is looking for experienced compiler engineers with an
interest in open-source technology to work on the GNU Compiler
Collection (GCC), as well as a variety of other compiler and
development tool projects. If you value working from home, would like
to work in a small company with a very technical focus, and are
interested in working on problems that require both theoretical and
practical knowledge, please visit:

The ideal candidate has a BS in Computer Science. An advanced degree
in compilers, or related work in computer science, is a strong plus.
Experience with GNU/Linux, or a similar operating system, is
essential. Demonstrated exprience in the field is important, as is a
willingness to learn new things, and explore other areas outside
compilers themselves. Experience with C++, including the
implementation of C++ in compiler front-ends, is an advantage.

Because all CodeSourcery employees work from home, the ideal candidate
should have strong communication skills, and be a self-motivator.
Although travel will not be a regular part of the job, it may be
required occasionally. CodeSourcery is based in the Silicon Valley,
but hires qualified candidates living in all areas of the globe.

CodeSourcery provides the usual benefits, including a 401(k) plan and
health insurance to all full-time employees.

Send resumes to


Date: Thu, 19 Oct 2000 16:17:03 +0200
From: Anthony PIRON <>
Subject: Researcher or Post-Doctoral Positions in CS at Univ. of Brussels (ULB)

The Department of Computer Sciences of the Universite Libre de
Bruxelles is seeking two researchers in CS for the Group Distributed


The researchers should have a good knowledge of OO-Objects, knowledge in
Compilers, problems due to distribution, formal methods and/or good
experience of OO programming.

SALARY: From 1400 to 1900 Euros net (after taxes) monthly salary
according to diploma and experience.
Thierry Massart
Departement d'Informatique, Université Libre de Bruxelles
CP 212, Boulevard du Triomphe

B-1050 Brussels, Belgium
Tel: (32-2) 650-5603
Fax: (32-2) 650-5609


From: Lisa Martin <>
Subject: Microsoft - Software Architect opportunity
Date: Thu, 19 Oct 2000 13:16:51 -0700

Decide the future direction of compilers and code generation technologies
for the next generation web platform technologies as an Architect on the
Common Language Runtime (CLR) team of the .NET Framework. The
responsibilities for a compiler architect on the CLR team includes owning
the design and extensions to MSIL, the architecture of many disparate code
generators including our own Just In Time compiler (JIT), in addition to
working with compiler vendors on feature extensions. An architect spends
considerable time advising executive staff on future technology, solving
complex design issues, working with key partners and standards bodies, in
addition to writing critical pieces of code in the system. Qualifications
should include at least 10 years demonstrated experience in the area of
compilers, code generators, optimizer technology, chip design, performance
analysis, and systems programming including threading, synchronization,
exceptions, and debuggers. Experience with a wide variety of computer
languages, CPU's, operating systems, and a MS or PhD in computer science is

For immediate consideration, please forward a current resume to:

Lisa Martin
Senior Technical Recruiter
Developer Division Recruiting
(425) 703-7944

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