A day-long introduction to Ada95
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"Introducing Ada95" A course by Richard Conn Center for Telematics Software Engineering Department Monmouth University, West Long Branch, NJ email@example.com May 1995 (first release), July 1995 (second release) This is a day-long short course that introduces Ada95. The purpose of the course is to explore the Ada95 language, including its facilities for object-oriented design and programming, real-time programming, distributed processing, and other domains. The course concentrates on the practical aspects of applying the features of Ada95 to the software development process. Numerous examples of the language are presented. The files are divided into directories as follows: CONTENTS - Listing of items covered in handouts for the course SYLLABUS - Course syllabus WELSHOW - "Welcome to Ada95" animated show Course in Microsoft Powerpoint 4.0 and Microsoft Word 6.0 format: COVER - Course summary PAL - Discussion of the Public Ada Library with animated show 1_REVIEW - Review of Ada83 (and discussion of Ada95 differences) Includes Ada85 Workbook with numerous examples 2_83TO95 - Transitioning to and adopting Ada95 3_OOD - Object-oriented features of Ada95 4_ANNEX - Ada95 topics not yet covered and the annexes CLOSING - Where to go next PS - Course in Postscript format (both slides and handouts) Contains printouts from the CONTENTS, SYLLABUS, and course directories The second release to the PAL fixes some bugs in the sample Ada95 code and adds two animated shows (run on MSDOS PCs) to supplement the talks. In addition to this material, the instructor should put together a set of handouts to include the following material (available from the PAL): John Barnes, "Introducing Ada9X" Richard Conn, "Defining and Exploring an Efficient Distributed Process for the Reuse of Ada Software Components and Tools in a Globa Theater - The Public Ada Library, First Annual Report" Bill Taylor, "Ada Compatibility Guide" Ada Joint Program Office, "Ada9X Transition Planning Guide" Ada Joint Program Office, "Ada9X Adoption Handbook"
26 Apr 95 Richard Conn Initial release to the PAL 18 Jul 95 Richard Conn Second release to the PAL
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