SIGAda - Ada Programming Language
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.
SIGAda benefits for FY 2023
- Academic grants to the periodic SIGAda conferences or workshops
- Subscription to SIGAda Ada Letters, published at least two times per year, and now incorporating selected content from the Ada-Europe User Journal as well.
- Reduced registration at conferences or workshops sponsored by SIGAda
- Reduced registration at Ada-Europe conferences
- Reduced registration at other conferences held "in cooperation with" SIGAda
- SIGAda Distinguished Service Award (presented annually)
- 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
- Sponsorship of SIGAda conferences and workshops
- 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 presented annually
- Best Student Paper and Best Paper award presented at SIGAda conferences or workshops