Jun 16 '06
SofCheck Inspector™ for Ada finds flaws early in the development process, assuring quality of today’s complex, mission critical applications, like those used in transportation, finance, communications and health care.
Mar 5 '02
in Venture Development Corporation
In a 2002 survey by the independent market research firm VDC, embedded Ada developers named the language’s ability to find bugs in compile time as its major benefit. Its nature as an ISO standard and object oriented language were Ada’s next important advantages. Almost half of those surveyed believe that Ada reduces a project’s costs. VDC’s results are available in the .pdf file Ada in Embedded Systems (five pages).
Jun 30 '99
GCN (Government Computer News) interviews S. Tucker Taft, who led the Ada 9X language design team from 1990 to 1995, is now president of the Ada Resource Association, organized last year to maintain the language standard after the Defense Department closed the Ada Joint Program Office.