The Ada Information Clearinghouse provides resources on the Ada programming language. These include:
All of our resources can be found via the navigation bar at the top of every page, or by browsing the site using the site map.
Technical Corrigendum 1 for Ada 2012 was published by ISO on February 1st. This document contains corrections and small improvements to the Ada 2012 language; this is considered an update to Ada 2012, not a new version of the language.
The ARA/Ada-Europe press release on the Corrigendum can be read here.
A version of the Ada Reference Manual that consolidates these changes with the original text can be found at the Ada Conformity Assessment Authority in a variety of formats. The AARM is also available there.
The Corrigendum document itself can also be found at the Ada Conformity Assessment Authority; keep in mind that this is just a list of changes to the Ada 2012 Standard and as such is not very useful by itself.
A variety of organizations focused on Ada are available. All have something to offer to the Ada user.
The two large regional organizations both sponsor conferences and have well-regarded newsletters. ACM SIGAda (Significant Interest Group for Ada) in North America and Ada-Europe are definitely worth supporting.
There are also a variety of national and local organizations, see our Ada Associations page for more information.
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