[LLVMdev] Fwd: Programming Language Design and Compilers

Adve, Vikram Sadanand vadve at illinois.edu
Sun Jun 6 14:22:39 PDT 2010

My apologies for posting something that is not LLVM-related but this is a lot of money -- a lot more than I thought you could make as a compiler hacker! -- so I wanted to forward it to all of you.  Please contact Gary Stute directly if you're interested.

Associate Professor, Computer Science
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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From: Gary Stute <gary at qlink.com<mailto:gary at qlink.com>>
Date: June 4, 2010 12:22:01 PM CDT
To: "vadve at cs.uiuc.edu<mailto:vadve at cs.uiuc.edu>" <vadve at cs.uiuc.edu<mailto:vadve at cs.uiuc.edu>>
Subject: Programming Language Design and Compilers

Hi Professor Adve,

My name is Gary Stute and I'm part of a group of headhunters out here in Seattle.  We spend most of our time helping to start quant-style hedge funds and technology companies.  We also recruit for some more-established firms as well.  The two most well-known companies that we have helped to start are probably DE Shaw and Amazon.com<http://Amazon.com>.

I'm reaching out to you because of your association with the LLVM compiler project.  I'm currently working with Morgan Stanley to help them grow their team that is responsible for the design and implementation of a proprietary programming language.  The project has been underway for about a year or so, but there remain many design decisions to make.  To help make this language a reality, we are looking to recruit developers who have a background in language design, compilers, or programming tools and libraries.  We are looking to draw people from both academia and from industry.  A sr. developer on our team could probably expect to earn around $300k-$400k a year.

While I doubt that you would be interested in a position like this, my hope is that you might know some talented people in industry or academia that I should speak with.  I'd be happy to discuss this with you more on the phone.  I'm normally in the office between 10am and 8pm CST.  When would be a good time for us to chat?


Gary Stute
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