|Eclipse CDT developer wanted - Cambridge, UK [message #855954]
||Wed, 25 April 2012 04:34
| Adrian Ashley
Registered: July 2009
Broadcom are looking for an Eclipse developer to join our toolchain team in Cambridge, UK. The job posting is below. Please apply via jobs.broadcom.com (as I can't post the link, just Search Jobs for "Eclipse") or drop me a line if you'd like to know more.
Software Development Tools Engineer (Eclipse/Java) - Cambridge, UK
Business Unit: Broadband Communications
You will be part of a team having responsibility for the whole software development toolchain which supports our Broadcom FirePath processor and associated DSL, VoIP, audio/video, wireless and other applications. Users of the toolchain are located at Broadcom sites around the world.
This role will focus especially on our customisation of the Eclipse IDE (written in Java). Most of our work on Eclipse is in CDT (C/C++ plugins) particularly the managed builder, launch and debug infrastructure, indexer and scanner, code profiling functionality, etc though we also support various Team and other language plugins.
You will participate in the open-source development of Eclipse. You will also have the opportunity to work on other areas of our toolchain:
• Develop and support an application SDK comprising RTOS, debug stubs, algorithm libraries, etc
• Develop custom tools for profiling and analysis of applications
• Develop custom models of the processor and SoCs for all of our application domains
• Continue the development of FirePath ports of GNU binutils, GDB and GCC
We are looking for applications from software engineers who meet the following requirements:
• Strong software engineering skills
• Good degree in computing, engineering, maths, sciences
• Strong experience of Java is essential, preferably with large complex applications
• Experience with Eclipse, and preferably CDT or other plugin development, is highly desirable
• Knowledge of more than one of C, C++, scripting languages (e.g. Perl, Python) is desirable
• Experience of developing all or parts of toolchains, especially for embedded processors, is desirable
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