[cfe-dev] Summer 2015 internships in Apple's Source Tools & Program Analysis Teams
kremenek at apple.com
Tue Nov 18 09:19:00 PST 2014
The closing date is when the positions are filled, which is typically by the end of January (although sometimes much sooner).
> On Nov 18, 2014, at 2:43 AM, Vanush Vaswani <vanush at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Ted,
> When is the closing date for this? So I can send to interested friends.
> On Tue, Nov 18, 2014 at 7:06 PM, Ted Kremenek <kremenek at apple.com> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Apple's LLVM Source Tools and Program Analysis teams are now looking for
>> exceptional interns for summer 2015!
>> These are paid internships based onsite at Apple's main campus in Cupertino,
>> California, USA. Internships last 12 weeks, with internships starting in May
>> or later (start dates are flexible).
>> During the internship, interns will work directly with members of Apple's
>> LLVM teams to help develop LLVM-based compilers, tools, and technologies.
>> All candidates should have strong C++ coding skills, with existing knowledge
>> of LLVM and/or Clang a plus.
>> Topics/areas for possible intern projects include:
>> - Building advanced compiler-based source tools, such as refactoring, code
>> indexing, and code completion.
>> - Static analysis for finding bugs with a focus on security issues.
>> - Dynamic bug finding tools for iOS and OS X.
>> Internships are restricted to *students*:
>> - Students must be enrolling in school in the quarter/semester immediately
>> following the internship.
>> - We are looking for candidates of all education levels, from Bachelors to
>> - Applicants from outside the U.S.A. are welcome to apply as well!
>> If you are interested in applying, please email us a brief statement of
>> interest (i.e., why you are interested in the internship) and attach your
>> resume/CV in PDF or raw text form (no MS Word documents please).
>> Please send applications to: sourcetools-intern-2015 at group dot apple dot
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