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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.
Looking for Ada Tools to speed your development? Check out our Professional Tools and Services page. It contains listings of vendors of Ada compilers, Ada libraries, Ada correctness checkers, and much more.
Can't find the tools you need in the vendor listings? Check out our Free Tools and Libraries page. It contains listings of free Ada tools of many types, including GUI construction tools, Ada programming environments, and many more.
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