[Haskell-cafe] Haskell Job In Cambridge UK Working On Compilers, Machine Learning And Computer Vision!

Joe Hermaszewski joe at myrtlesoftware.com
Tue Aug 16 11:34:39 UTC 2016

We have a Haskell job opening in Cambridge, UK.

Please see https://www.myrtlesoftware.com/vacancies/

Here is a video of the computer vision algorithms running in hardware we
have produced using Haskell:

Myrtle is currently working as part of the UK government’s autonomous
vehicles program and we are looking to hire more Haskell developers to
join our expanding team. You will be working directly on our technology
that translates high-level signal processing code into efficient
hardware designs. Applicants should have a deep understanding of
Haskell, modern compiler technology and should be familiar with git and
CI based development. We are targeting GPU and FPGA backends so
experience with either of these would be advantageous although we’re
happy to consider strong developers without direct experience of these
two areas. Similarly, a familiarity with an HDL, such as VHDL or
Verilog, would be viewed positively but is not essential.

Applicants should send a resume and covering email, stating your
suitability for this role, to jobs at myrtlesoftware.com

Myrtle is a software company based in Cambridge UK with a long history
of working at the forefront of computer graphics and compiler
technology. We are best known for having helped produce computer
generated images for over twenty major Hollywood movies including the
Transformers franchise. Myrtle’s clients have included NYSE and NASDAQ
listed companies in LA, Vancouver and London.

Closing date for applications 5pm, 27th August 2016

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