Posted April 14, 2020 05:37:22We have been delighted to announce that Ada developers Academy has created a new webpage detailing the development milestones and language development milestones for the Ada programming language.
Ada developers are the core team behind Ada, which has become a core language in several high profile open source projects, including Microsoft’s Visual Basic, the open source Python programming language, and the open-source Pascal programming language used in the OpenCL GPU instruction set.
Ada’s community has been the subject of much criticism for its lack of openness and lack of contributions to open source communities such as the open web, as well as its adoption of proprietary libraries.
The website features information about the Ada community, the history of the Ada language, Ada’s development history, and links to a growing number of Ada community projects, with the aim of educating Ada developers about the contributions that have been made to the Ada ecosystem, including by other projects.
Adafruit has partnered with Ada developers to create a free resource called Ada Developer Resources.
The resource will be available through the Adafruit Community website for free, and Ada Developers Academy is offering a number of other resources including free resources, and free tutorials.
We are excited to offer the Ada Developer Resource to the community for free.
Ada is the leading open source language in the world and is used by a number at large companies and government agencies around the world, including the US Department of Defense, NASA, NASA Headquarters, NASA’s Advanced Technology Vehicles and Commercial Spaceflight division, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, and NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
The Ada community has supported many of these projects and helped build and sustain their success.
This resource is designed to provide Ada developers with a useful resource for building on their success in building on the Ada project.
The Ada Community also supports Ada’s efforts to help the development of language communities, and encourages community members to support and build on Ada’s achievements.
The community is working to make Ada the leading language for scientific computing by providing free technical support to the development community.
Adabot is a web platform that provides support and tutorials to Ada developers and the Ada Community.
The site also features a number video tutorials for developers, including a tutorial on using Ada’s built-in documentation tool.
The Adafruf team is pleased to partner with Ada Developers Community to offer a new resource, Ada Developer Tutorials, for free to Ada Developers.
The tutorials include several tutorials that explain the basic concepts of Ada, as opposed to the traditional tutorial content that typically features a step-by-step tutorial.
Ada Developer Tutors is a free, community-supported, Ada development and tutorial resource available to Ada developer community members.
The latest release of Ada is Ada 10.0.1, which includes the latest and greatest changes in the Ada 10 language, libraries, tools, and applications.
The language features many new features, including improved support for the GPU and hardware accelerators, the ability to work with large data sets and databases, and more.
Ada 10 is now available for download as a .zip file.
We invite you to use the resources below to explore the Ada development ecosystem, and encourage all Ada developers interested in using Ada to download and use Ada 10 to learn the latest Ada.