Would you like to help develop the compilers and tools that build the code in the world’s devices. Arm is looking for hardworking and motivated interns studying Computer Science or a related subject, to join our teams working on compilers and toolchains for the Arm architecture.
Your work could include GNU tools (GCC, binutils, glibc), LLVM, or our commercial toolchain (Arm Compiler). You will join one of our established teams, each about 20 – 25 engineers, working on our commercial and open-source toolchains for Arm devices. Our partners rely on our tools for their work in many markets, including servers, networking, storage, automotive, embedded and medical.
As an intern, you’ll get hands-on experience developing our tools, including compilers, linkers and C/C++ libraries. Typical projects might include adding small features or optimizations and there’s the potential for engaging with the open-source community and contributing your work.
Essential Skills & Experience
You have experience of programming in C/C++.
You are committed and flexible, someone who is technically versatile and able to learn new skills that you can apply across multiple types of work.
You have a demonstrable ability to work effectively alone or in a team – for example on course projects.
Desirable Skills and Experience
Understanding of the purpose and structure of compilers, assemblers and linkers.
Experience of contributing to an open-source project and working with an open-source community.
Education & Qualifications
You will need to be studying for a degree in Computer Science / Software Engineering, or an alternative and with relevant experience outside your course.
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