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The Special Interest Group on Ada (ACM’s SIGAda).

Here you’ll find information on the SIGAda organization and
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ACM SIGAda Annual International Conference

High Integrity Language Technology
HILT 2014

SIGAda's annual conference has a new name, as well as a broader scope to attract participants from both outside and inside the Ada community.

HILT 2014
http://www.sigada.org/conf/hilt2014/

Portland, Oregon, USA
October 18-21, 2014
Sponsored by ACM SIGAda

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Events Organized in Cooperation with ACM SIGAda
20th International Conference
on Reliable Software Technologies

(Ada-Europe 2015)
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Ada Letters (SIGAda's tri-annual publication)
Available at ACM's Digital Library
Purchase SIGAda Proceedings at ACM's e-store


ACM SIGAda is the Special Interest Group on Ada, a part of ACM. SIGAda is a powerful resource for the software community's ongoing understanding of the scientific, technical and organizational aspects of the Ada language's use, standardization, environments and implementations.

This home page is maintained by the current SIGAda Secretary, Clyde Roby, with the assistance of the SIGAda working groups on their pages. Comments, suggestions or questions can be addressed to: ClydeRoby at ACM.Org

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Last Update: 5 December 2014