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SIGAda - Ada Programming Language

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The ACM Special Interest Group on Ada Programming Language provides a forum on all aspects of the Ada language and technologies, including usage, education, standardization, design methods, and compiler implementation. SIGAda's annual conference addresses Ada's role in building industrial-strength applications that support mission-critical, safety-critical, real-time, distributed, high-assurance, and high-integrity requirements. Supporting technologies that SIGAda focuses on include software engineering, software development processes, object technology, computer science education, tools, Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA), and Java.

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SIGAda benefits for FY 2018:

Member Benefits provided to SIGAda Members:

Academic grants to the annual SIGAda conference

  • Subscription to SIGAda Ada Letters, published two times per year
  • Reduced registration at conferences or workshops sponsored by SIGAda
  • DVD proceedings of SIGAda conferences/workshops
  • Reduced registration at Ada-Europe conferences
  • Reduced registration at other conferences held "in cooperation with" SIGAda
  • SIGAda Distinguished Service Award (presented annually at SIGAda conference)
  • Access to the following content in the ACM Digital Library:
    • SIGAda conference proceedings
    • SIGAda Ada Letters
    • Selected proceedings for conferences held in cooperation with SIGAda

Community Benefits provided by SIGAda:

  • Sponsorship of annual SIGAda Conference
  • Host ARG/WG9 meetings
  • Participate in the evolution of the Ada Programming Language via a Category C Liaison Agreement with ISO/IEC JTC1/SC22/WG9
  • SIGAda-ANNOUNCE and Team-Ada mailing lists
  • SIGAda web site
  • Electronic versions of past Ada Letters Newsletter.
  • Ada Awareness Initiative to promote Ada
  • Robert Dewar Award for Outstanding Ada Community Contributions  at SIGAda Conference
  • Best Student Paper and Best Paper award at the SIGAda conference