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Dr. Robert Dewar
On behalf of SIGAda, we regret to announce the passing of Dr. Robert Dewar, one of the co-counders of AdaCore, and a enormous force in the early development and continuing success of the Ada Programming Language. He passed away on 30 June 2015, at home, surrounded by family.
For many of our members, Robert was a friend and advisor. As Chair of SIGAda, I personally compiled my very first Ada program in a workshop that Robert taught. Robert's passing leaves a void in the entire computing community, and especially in the Ada world. He will be long remembered...David Cook.
Robert among the Participants of IRTAW at his home in April 2015
|"Powered by Ada" Super-Success Stories|
|Events Organized in Cooperation with ACM SIGAda|
20th International Conference
on Reliable Software Technologies
|Ada is also featured at these Conferences.|
International Real-Time Ada Workshop (IRTAW-17)
held at Bennington, Vermont, USA
20-22 April 2015
ACM SIGAda is the Special Interest Group on Ada, a part of ACM. SIGAda is a powerful resource for the software community's ongoing understanding of the scientific, technical and organizational aspects of the Ada language's use, standardization, environments and implementations.
This home page is maintained by the current SIGAda Secretary, Clyde Roby, with the assistance of the SIGAda working groups on their pages. Comments, suggestions or questions can be addressed to: ClydeRoby at ACM.Org