Are you fascinated by program analysis, tooling or the compiler internals of software languages? Do you want to leverage this fascination to look into the inner workings of Golang as a programming language? Would you like to help us secure the software that runs the world?
- Strong experience of programming in Go / GoLang with a sound knowledge of the language specification
- An interest (and ideally some experience) of any of the following: program analysis, static analysis, language design, compiler construction, abstract interpretation, parsers, programming language research
- Formal background in Computer Science would be highly desirable (BSc, MSc or PhD)
As a Go program analysis/research engineer, you would be part of a team of code analysis and compiler experts working to redefine what’s possible through static analysis of Go. You’ll use Semmle QL to develop sophisticated analyses for security and code quality issues, and make sure that Go and it's thousands of applications are fully supported. You’ll collaborate with the Semmle Security Research team, and with the world's leading Go Engineers, on creating the best analysis libraries possible.
Much of your work would be out in the open, and would directly benefit tens of thousands of open-source projects via LGTM.com; the only variant analysis platform that combines deep semantic code search with data science insights to help developers ship secure code.
Semmle believes security is a shared responsibility. Our mission is to secure the code that runs the world by bringing the security and development communities together. Google, Microsoft, NASA, Uber, Palantir and many others rely on Semmle’s products to scale their security expertise and quickly explore any codebase to discover zero-days and all variants of vulnerabilities. We empower product security teams to deliver variant analysis results to development teams using LGTM to ship safe code and protect their customers. Semmle's platform enables the security community to collaborate and share their expertise in the field of variant code analysis and security research.
We offer intellectually stimulating work, competitive salaries, and a relaxed work environment in Oxford, Valencia, Copenhagen, New York, San Francisco or Seattle.
How do you apply?
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