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IC Resources Ltd

Compiler Engineer - Silicon Valley, California

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Recruiter
IC Resources Ltd
Posted
16 December 2012
Closes
13 January 2013
Ref
J19981
Contact
Phil Naylor
Location
California
Job Function
Specialist Area
Contract Type
Hours
Salary
Competitive salary + stock options

Further information

This is an opportunity for a Software / Compiler Engineer familiar with standard compiler optimization algorithms, to join an exciting and fast growing start-up company, developing interesting IP, SoCs and platforms.

The role involves designing and implementing code optimization algorithms in both static and just in time code optimization frameworks at the binary code level. Responsibilities include designing and executing experiments to measure the effects of code optimizations on processor performance.

My client is well funded with solid financial backing from large corporate, strategic and financial investors, they are building a strong IP portfolio that will form the basis for a new generation of silicon, software and system products.

Desired Skills & Experience

* Experienced writing C/C++ code in a Linux environment using GNU tools
* Knowledgeable about general backend compiler optimizations in compilers such as GCC
* Familiarity with general computer architecture and software driven performance analysis of architectural features
* Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science

Keywords: compiler, C/C++, software, GNU, optimization, GCC, Linux, Bay Area, USA

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