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Date: 24 Aug 1997 14:57:36 -0400
Organization: Compilers Central
Keywords: jobs

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Subject: Toolchain/systems consulting co./Bay area seeking SW Engs
Date: Sun, 17 Aug 1997 16:57:42 -0800
Organization: best

                                  Consultant/UNIX systems-level software

                              Tool Chain dev./complex porting/rdbms dev.

My client is offering a unique opportunity for senior developers of
UNIX (or NT) systems software. As a pre-iminent technology consulting
organization, my client provides regular, full-time employment (not a
payroll service or 1099 shop) to very experienced individuals who then
work on-site at various Bay area companies. The work is systems-level
development, usually in the core technology areas of my client's

Typical work has involved compiler and tool chain development (H-P,
Microsoft, DEC and others), applications migration (complex ports for
H-P, DEC, Adobe, Sherpa, others), communications technology (network
management software for Cisco) and relational database/data warehouse

What my client offers is interesting and challenging work, a variety
of assignments, a small company owned by its employees and focused on
specific engineering disciplines (UNIX and NT architectures) and an
excellent compensation program (salary, bonus, stock, 3 weeks

My client insists upon hiring only exceptionally high caliber software
engineers. We are seeking a *minimum* of 6 years industry experience
(average within the company is 12 yrs), minimum of B.S. Computer
Science. Experience in C and C++, systems level project experience
(including some of the following): tool chains, utilities,
architecture within UNIX, Windows NT, Win95.

NOTE: Most positions are in Bay area but opportunities exist in Orange Cty.

If you are qualified and interested, please e-mail to
or FAX to Resource Mgmt Group at 408-356-3207.


From: Suzanne Ezrre <suzannee@ezrre.Eng.Sun.COM>
Subject: <<Jobs at SUN>>
Date: Thu, 21 Aug 1997 11:50:02 -0700
Organization: Sun Microsystems

Sun's Advanced Processor Architecture and Software Group is soliciting
resumes from motivated individuals interested in advancing the
state-of-the-art for our UltraSparc and JavaChip families. If your
interests are in CPU microarchitecture, JVM implementation, Java dynamic
compiler and/or static compiler backend research and development, Java
and conventional benchmark performance analysis, please send us a resume
or call:

          Suzanne Ezrre Lisa Blos-Johnson
          PH (408) 774-8682 PH (408) 774-8297
          FAX (408) 328-8812 FAX (408) 328-8812

We have immediate openings for people whose interests include
any of the following:

                o CPU microarchitecture/ISA evaluation
                o Memory hierarchy management techniques
o Java virtual machine and dynamic compiler implementation
                o Static compiler backend prototyping
o Java and conventional benchmark performance analysis
o Multimedia and Sun VIS (Visual Instruction Set) studies

We are seeking highly motivated individuals who want to work with the
leading edge processor and language implementation technologies for Java
as well
conventional languages, in a company that started all this excitement.
We will consider both new college graduates and experienced
engineers. Talk to us!

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