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JOB Announcement: Clang Frontend/libc++ engineer at Apple

Ted Kremenek
** NOTE: This is a compiler job announcement. **

Apple's LLVM Source Languages Team is looking for an exceptional generalist compiler frontend engineer who is passionate to work on Clang and libc++ to further development on C, Objective-C, and C++.

Work would potentially span all aspects of Clang from parsing to code generation.  Beyond general Clang and libc++ development, the engineer would potentially work on a variety of compiler-based, language-level sources tools.

As a key member of the Apple's compiler team, the engineer would apply their strong state-of-the-art background and experience towards the deployment of ground breaking compiler-based tools that will have a huge impact on the quality of software on both the Mac and iOS platforms.

Relevant experience/expertise for the position:

* Ideal candidate will have experience with LLVM and Clang
* Very strong C++ skills
* Strong background in compiler architecture and compiler tools
* Knowledge of the language semantics of one of the following: C, Objective-C, or C++
* Knowledge of program analysis (dataflow) and type systems a major plus, but not required
* Strong communication and teamwork skills

The position is based onsite at Apple's main campus in Cupertino, California.  To apply, please send applications to:

  llvm-frontend-apply at group.apple.com

Please include a brief statement of interest and a CV in PDF or basic text format.


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Re: JOB Announcement: Clang Frontend/libc++ engineer at Apple

Gabor Kozar-2
Out of curiosity, are you only looking for (or have a strong preference for) people living in the USA, or would you consider applicants from other parts of the world (e.g. Europe)?
 
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On Thu, Dec 4, 2014, at 07:57, Ted Kremenek wrote:
** NOTE: This is a compiler job announcement. **
 
Apple's LLVM Source Languages Team is looking for an exceptional generalist compiler frontend engineer who is passionate to work on Clang and libc++ to further development on C, Objective-C, and C++.
 
Work would potentially span all aspects of Clang from parsing to code generation.  Beyond general Clang and libc++ development, the engineer would potentially work on a variety of compiler-based, language-level sources tools.
 
As a key member of the Apple's compiler team, the engineer would apply their strong state-of-the-art background and experience towards the deployment of ground breaking compiler-based tools that will have a huge impact on the quality of software on both the Mac and iOS platforms.
 
Relevant experience/expertise for the position:
 
* Ideal candidate will have experience with LLVM and Clang
* Very strong C++ skills
* Strong background in compiler architecture and compiler tools
* Knowledge of the language semantics of one of the following: C, Objective-C, or C++
* Knowledge of program analysis (dataflow) and type systems a major plus, but not required
* Strong communication and teamwork skills
 
The position is based onsite at Apple's main campus in Cupertino, California.  To apply, please send applications to:
 
  llvm-frontend-apply at group.apple.com
 
Please include a brief statement of interest and a CV in PDF or basic text format.
 
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Re: JOB Announcement: Clang Frontend/libc++ engineer at Apple

ruhdam

+1 for above question.

On Dec 5, 2014 11:17 PM, "Gabor Kozar" <[hidden email]> wrote:
Out of curiosity, are you only looking for (or have a strong preference for) people living in the USA, or would you consider applicants from other parts of the world (e.g. Europe)?
 
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Best regards,
 
Gábor 'ShdNx' Kozár
 
 
 
On Thu, Dec 4, 2014, at 07:57, Ted Kremenek wrote:
** NOTE: This is a compiler job announcement. **
 
Apple's LLVM Source Languages Team is looking for an exceptional generalist compiler frontend engineer who is passionate to work on Clang and libc++ to further development on C, Objective-C, and C++.
 
Work would potentially span all aspects of Clang from parsing to code generation.  Beyond general Clang and libc++ development, the engineer would potentially work on a variety of compiler-based, language-level sources tools.
 
As a key member of the Apple's compiler team, the engineer would apply their strong state-of-the-art background and experience towards the deployment of ground breaking compiler-based tools that will have a huge impact on the quality of software on both the Mac and iOS platforms.
 
Relevant experience/expertise for the position:
 
* Ideal candidate will have experience with LLVM and Clang
* Very strong C++ skills
* Strong background in compiler architecture and compiler tools
* Knowledge of the language semantics of one of the following: C, Objective-C, or C++
* Knowledge of program analysis (dataflow) and type systems a major plus, but not required
* Strong communication and teamwork skills
 
The position is based onsite at Apple's main campus in Cupertino, California.  To apply, please send applications to:
 
  llvm-frontend-apply at group.apple.com
 
Please include a brief statement of interest and a CV in PDF or basic text format.
 
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Re: JOB Announcement: Clang Frontend/libc++ engineer at Apple

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On Dec 5, 2014, at 9:41 AM, Gabor Kozar <[hidden email]> wrote:
Out of curiosity, are you only looking for (or have a strong preference for) people living in the USA, or would you consider applicants from other parts of the world (e.g. Europe)?

We require relocation to the Cupertino/San Francisco area, but we hire many folks from international locations.

-Chris

 
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Best regards,
 
Gábor 'ShdNx' Kozár
 
 
 
On Thu, Dec 4, 2014, at 07:57, Ted Kremenek wrote:
** NOTE: This is a compiler job announcement. **
 
Apple's LLVM Source Languages Team is looking for an exceptional generalist compiler frontend engineer who is passionate to work on Clang and libc++ to further development on C, Objective-C, and C++.
 
Work would potentially span all aspects of Clang from parsing to code generation.  Beyond general Clang and libc++ development, the engineer would potentially work on a variety of compiler-based, language-level sources tools.
 
As a key member of the Apple's compiler team, the engineer would apply their strong state-of-the-art background and experience towards the deployment of ground breaking compiler-based tools that will have a huge impact on the quality of software on both the Mac and iOS platforms.
 
Relevant experience/expertise for the position:
 
* Ideal candidate will have experience with LLVM and Clang
* Very strong C++ skills
* Strong background in compiler architecture and compiler tools
* Knowledge of the language semantics of one of the following: C, Objective-C, or C++
* Knowledge of program analysis (dataflow) and type systems a major plus, but not required
* Strong communication and teamwork skills
 
The position is based onsite at Apple's main campus in Cupertino, California.  To apply, please send applications to:
 
  llvm-frontend-apply at group.apple.com
 
Please include a brief statement of interest and a CV in PDF or basic text format.
 
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