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The ACM Special Interest Group on Ada (SIGAda) deals with the Ada language and a broad span of issues related to its usage, teaching, standardization, and implementation.

SIGAda members include practitioners, educators, researchers, and managers from a wide range of organizations in industry, academia, and government.

Among the topics that SIGAda addresses are software engineering practice (with a particular focus on object technology), real-time applications, high-integrity and safety-critical systems, software education, and large-scale system development. SIGAda explores these issues through an annual international conference, special-purpose Working Groups, active local chapters, and its Ada Letters publication.

Last Update: 8 August 2016