DC SIGAda Program for 1999/2000

1999-2000 Program

The DC SIGAda Chapter met on the 2nd Thursday of the months October through April and met on the 2nd Tuesday of alternative months in a joint meeting with the Baltimore SIGAda Chapter.

Last year's program is provided as follows. In some cases slide sets or papers are available:

Date Planned Meeting Event
Thursday
14 October 1999
Joe Wisniewski on A High Level Overview of the Ada Semantic Interface Specification (ASIS)
Tuesday
9 November 1999
SIGAda'99 Conference Attendees and Presenters on (led by Joe Wisniewski) Highlights of SIGAda'99
ACM SIGAda Annual International Conference (SIGAda'99)
Highlights of SIGAda'99 are described in an interesting and entertaining way in the Ada Window on the World (WOW) Newsletter (in .pdf format): (This was a joint meeting with Baltimore SIGAda)
Thursday
9 December 1999
Currie Colket from MITRE on Introduction to Web Technologies for Effective Dissemination of Information - Part I. Part I is focused on an Introduction to HTML and XML. Slides for Introduction to Web Technologies for Effective Dissemination of Information - All Parts (Sections by Currie Colket, Brad Balfour, John McCormick, Clyde Roby, and David A. Wheeler).
Tuesday
11 January 2000
Marty Hall from JHU/APL on Using Ada to access Java Technology.
This is a joint meeting with Baltimore SIGAda
- Please see the Baltimore SIGAda Chapter Home Page for more details.
Thursday
10 February 2000
David Wheeler from IDA on the Ada Binding to the Common Gateway Interface (CGI). This is Part II to the Introduction to Web Technologies for Effective Dissemination of Information.
Please see David Wheeler's Home Page for additional information on the AdaCGI. Slides for Introduction to Web Technologies for Effective Dissemination of Information - All Parts (Sections by Currie Colket, Brad Balfour, John McCormick, Clyde Roby, and David A. Wheeler).
Thursday
9 March 2000
Dr. Robert Dewar from ACT on Open Source/Free Software Issues
Thursday
13 April 2000
Mr. Scott Donaldson and Mr. Stanley Siegel from SAIC will be speaking on
Measurement in Everyday Language via Object Measurement
Tuesday
9 May 2000
Dr. Samuel Tardieu from Ada Core Technologies Europe will be speaking on Developing Software Hosted on or Targetted for Linux at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland, the Baltimore SIGAda Venue. This is a joint meeting with Baltimore SIGAda. His slides are now available on-line.


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