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[llvm-dev] [Job Ad] IBM India is hiring compiler engineers

Finkel, Hal J. via llvm-dev
Who You Are 
  • * As a senior compiler developer and performance analyst you will be part of a team of engineers who are working on the optimization of our current and future servers.
  • * You will be part of a team of passionate and expert performance analysts and will bring in key development expertise to the team.
  • * You will be responsible for the identification of new instructions, latency improvements and other micro -architectural bottlenecks for our upcoming servers, ensuring optimal generation of middle and back-end code, working towards the performance goals for our upcoming servers while leading the team on development related aspects for compilers.

  • What You Will Do

    As a Senior Compiler developer and performance analyst you will:
     
  • * Identify and analyze opportunities for performance optimization
  • * Implement code changes to demonstrate hardware opportunities
  • * Develop a plan to target various performance opportunities
  • * Work with the team to deliver innovations for optimal execution of code

    How We’ll Help You Grow 
  • * You’ll have access to all the training courses to become the expert you want to be.
  • *You’ll learn directly from expert developers in the field

  • Required Technical and Professional Expertise 
  • * 10-15 years of relevant industry experience
  • * Knowledge of C/C++/Fortran
  • * Knowledge of programming language compilers and their implementation
  • * Performance critical code implementation
  • * Experience with build environments such as GNU, github
  • * Knowledge of gcc/llvm/icc and compiler options
  • * Knowledge of bash/awk or other scripting language
  • * Detailed knowledge of compiler performance optimisation, performance profiling, performance counter data collection using perf/gprof/tprof.

    Contact : [hidden email] and [hidden email] if you are interested in taking this opportunity

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    Re: [llvm-dev] [Job Ad] IBM India is hiring compiler engineers

    Finkel, Hal J. via llvm-dev
    Hi Jeff,

    Our standard for job postings is that they are only considered on topic if they are somehow related to LLVM.  If this is, please clarify.  If not, please refrain from such future postings or you will be moderated or banned.  Thank you,

    -Chris


    On Apr 11, 2019, at 2:21 PM, Jeff Heath via llvm-dev <[hidden email]> wrote:

    Who You Are 
  • * As a senior compiler developer and performance analyst you will be part of a team of engineers who are working on the optimization of our current and future servers.
  • * You will be part of a team of passionate and expert performance analysts and will bring in key development expertise to the team.
  • * You will be responsible for the identification of new instructions, latency improvements and other micro -architectural bottlenecks for our upcoming servers, ensuring optimal generation of middle and back-end code, working towards the performance goals for our upcoming servers while leading the team on development related aspects for compilers.

  • What You Will Do

    As a Senior Compiler developer and performance analyst you will:
     
  • * Identify and analyze opportunities for performance optimization
  • * Implement code changes to demonstrate hardware opportunities
  • * Develop a plan to target various performance opportunities
  • * Work with the team to deliver innovations for optimal execution of code

    How We’ll Help You Grow 
  • * You’ll have access to all the training courses to become the expert you want to be.
  • *You’ll learn directly from expert developers in the field

  • Required Technical and Professional Expertise 
  • * 10-15 years of relevant industry experience
  • * Knowledge of C/C++/Fortran
  • * Knowledge of programming language compilers and their implementation
  • * Performance critical code implementation
  • * Experience with build environments such as GNU, github
  • * Knowledge of gcc/llvm/icc and compiler options
  • * Knowledge of bash/awk or other scripting language
  • * Detailed knowledge of compiler performance optimisation, performance profiling, performance counter data collection using perf/gprof/tprof.

    Contact : [hidden email] and [hidden email] if you are interested in taking this opportunity
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    Re: [llvm-dev] [Job Ad] IBM India is hiring compiler engineers

    Finkel, Hal J. via llvm-dev
    Hi Chris,

    You're right, I was not clear in my original job post.  I will strive to be more so in the future.  This is a development role in our compiler performance team, which has a focus on LLVM performance.

    - Jeff

    On Fri, Apr 12, 2019 at 1:39 AM Chris Lattner <[hidden email]> wrote:
    Hi Jeff,

    Our standard for job postings is that they are only considered on topic if they are somehow related to LLVM.  If this is, please clarify.  If not, please refrain from such future postings or you will be moderated or banned.  Thank you,

    -Chris


    On Apr 11, 2019, at 2:21 PM, Jeff Heath via llvm-dev <[hidden email]> wrote:

    Who You Are 
    • * As a senior compiler developer and performance analyst you will be part of a team of engineers who are working on the optimization of our current and future servers.
    • * You will be part of a team of passionate and expert performance analysts and will bring in key development expertise to the team.
    • * You will be responsible for the identification of new instructions, latency improvements and other micro -architectural bottlenecks for our upcoming servers, ensuring optimal generation of middle and back-end code, working towards the performance goals for our upcoming servers while leading the team on development related aspects for compilers.

    • What You Will Do

      As a Senior Compiler developer and performance analyst you will:
       
    • * Identify and analyze opportunities for performance optimization
    • * Implement code changes to demonstrate hardware opportunities
    • * Develop a plan to target various performance opportunities
    • * Work with the team to deliver innovations for optimal execution of code

      How We’ll Help You Grow 
    • * You’ll have access to all the training courses to become the expert you want to be.
    • *You’ll learn directly from expert developers in the field

    • Required Technical and Professional Expertise 
    • * 10-15 years of relevant industry experience
    • * Knowledge of C/C++/Fortran
    • * Knowledge of programming language compilers and their implementation
    • * Performance critical code implementation
    • * Experience with build environments such as GNU, github
    • * Knowledge of gcc/llvm/icc and compiler options
    • * Knowledge of bash/awk or other scripting language
    • * Detailed knowledge of compiler performance optimisation, performance profiling, performance counter data collection using perf/gprof/tprof.

      Contact : [hidden email] and [hidden email] if you are interested in taking this opportunity
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