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Date: 26 Jan 2001 16:46:48 -0500
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: jobs
Posted-Date: 26 Jan 2001 16:46:47 EST

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Date: Mon, 15 Jan 2001 16:34:37 -0800
From: Gene Fodor <>
Subject: Compiler Position at Z-World, Inc.

Software Engineer
Z-World Inc./Rabbit Semiconductor
Location: Davis, CA (USA)
Type: Full-time/Permanent

Seeking motivated software engineer to join compiler development group
of Z-World and Rabbit Semiconductor. Job functions include
implementing new language features and code optimizations as well as
debugging and maintaining existing compiler code for our Dynamic C
cross compiler.

Z-World is a medium-sized, fast-growing, privately-held company
located in Davis, California. Excellent benefits include profit
sharing and 401K with matching. Preference will be given to those
already eligible to work in the US., but qualified applicants seeking
H-1B or TN visa sponsorship are also encouraged to apply.

Minimum Qualifications:

A Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or related field. Must have
knowledge of assembly, proficiency in both C and C++, and strong
debugging skills. Applicants should have taken a course in compiler
design or have equivalent experience. Experience with designing and
implementing compilers, debuggers, and other development tools
desired. Good verbal and written communications skills are also
important. Must be able to work well both independently and as part of
a team.

Please send resumes/questions to:

Eugene Fodor
phone: 530-757-3798


From: Thomas Fahringer <>
Subject: Open PHD position at the Univ. of Vienna
Date: 17 Jan 2001 20:26:15 +0100
Organization: Vienna University, Austria

The Institute for Software Science at the University of Vienna
is offering within a long-term research project an

        ** Open Research Position for PHD Students about **
        ** UML-centric and Performance-Oriented Software Development **
        ** Environment for Distributed and Parallel Systems **

Applicants should have knowledge in one or more of the following areas:

                + Software Engineering
+ modelling of applications and architectures with UML
+ distributed and parallel systems
+ programming skills
+ distributed programming (Java)
+ parallel programming (OpenMP, MPI, Threads, HPF ...)

Position: fully paid research position for a doctoral student.

Starting Date: immediately

Duration: until April 2003.

Project Summary:

      The position is offered as part of a long-term research project
      about performance-oriented application development for distributed
      and parallel systems. A graphical program composition environment
      for UML will be developed based on a set of predefined code-patterns
      for parallel and distributed programming paradigms. UML software
      components are associated with performance information derived
      from performance prediction, performance measurements and user
      input. The programming environment generates framework code for various
      programming languages including OpenMP, MPI, HPF, Threads, and
      Java/RMI. Several state-of-the-art performance tools and compilers
      support the user in further optimizing the performance-oriented programs.

Additional information:

      The working language at the Institute for Software Science is English.
      Course work as part of the PHD program can be done in English.

For more information, please contact
       Thomas Fahringer (

Thomas Fahringer, Ph.D. Tel: (office): +43 1 4277 38816
Associate Professor Tel: (sec): +43 1 4277 38801
University of Vienna Fax: +43 1 4277 9388
Institute for Software Science E-mail:
Liechtensteinstr. 22 WWW:
A-1090 Vienna, Austria

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