Message from Marina Moreno (via www.cs.uiuc.edu)

Some people on these lists may be interested in these positions at Google. Please contact Marina directly if you’re interested.

–Vikram
http://www.cs.uiuc.edu/~vadve
http://llvm.cs.uiuc.edu/

Some people on these lists may be interested in these positions at Google. Please contact Marina directly if you're interested.

Are these job postings llvm-related? If not, they are off topic for this list.

Thanks,

-Chris

Hi Vikram,

My name is Marina Moreno. I'm an Engineering Sourcer at Google in the Platforms staffing group. I came across your resume on the directory of Department of Computer Science at UIUC. I understand you are Associate Professor PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison and your area of interest is compilers.

I'd like to find out if you or someone you know might be interested in being considered for our Software Engineer, Compilers position?

http://www.google.com/support/jobs/bin/answer.py? answer=32268&query=compilers&topic=&type=compilers

All our positions are located in Mountain View, CA.

If you are interested, please reply to my email. Referrals are always welcome!

Thank you and I apologize in advance for any inconvenience.

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Marina Moreno
Engineering Sourcer
Google Inc.
650-253-8729
Mountain View, California
moreno@google.com
http://labs.google.com/why-google.html

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-Chris

The positions are not specifically LLVM-related, but if you look at their job description, LLVM seems to be the only existing way for them to achieve it. E.g., interprocedural analysis with GCC? Or static analysis for finding bugs? I think getting an LLVM’er into Google would be a great start!

–Vikram
http://www.cs.uiuc.edu/~vadve
http://llvm.cs.uiuc.edu/