The online registration for the annual Ada-Europe conference on reliable software technologies is open now.
The programme includes a tutorial on Ada 2012 contracts by Ada in Denmark member Jacob Sparre Andersen.
Note that there is a reduced rate if you sign up no later than Tuesday 17 May.
The FOSDEM video team has released the initial versions of the video recordings from the Ada DevRoom at FOSDEM 2016. Among these, you can find my talk,
A Command-line Driver Generator. Enjoy!
The schedule for the Ada Developers’ Room at FOSDEM has been published on the FOSDEM website. There will talks about programming drones in SPARK, parallel computing (in Ada of course), controlling a train model from a Raspberry Pi, etc.
The submission deadline for the Ada-Europe 2016 International Conference on Reliable Software Technologies has been extended to Sunday 24 January.
Please consider if you have some Ada experiences, which the rest of the Ada community could learn from or be inspired by. Experience report submissions don’t have to be more than a long (less than one page) abstract.
FOSDEM 2016 will host an Ada Developers Room. Make sure to arrange to come to Brussels in the last week of January 2016, if you want to meet up with other members of the European Open Source Ada community.
Traditionally the Ada DevRoom provides both introductory talks about Ada, highly technical presentations, and a chance to experience the Beaujolais effect.
The programme for the Ada DevRoom will be published on on the FOSDEM website once it is ready.
It is time to start working on your submissions for next year’s Ada-Europe conference. The submission dead-line is 17 January 2016. Remember that both scientific papers and industrial presentations (experience reports, etc.) are welcome.
Please see the full call for contributions for details.