PAIGE REAFFIRMS COMMITMENT TO Ada AND RECEIVES SIGAda AWARD AT TRI-Ada '94
The Honorable Emmett Paige, Jr., assured TRI-Ada '94 attendees last week that he is 100 percent behind the Ada program. In his keynote speech at TRI-Ada, Paige summarized the progress the Ada program has made over the last year.
To thank him for all of his dedicated service, the SIGAda presented Mr. Paige with an Ada Achievement Award.
MORE MOTIF GUI BUILDER SUPPORT FOR Ada DEVELOPERS: ICS OFFERS Ada XCESSORIES 3.1
On November 8, 1994, at TRI-Ada '94, Integrated Computer Solutions, Inc., (ICS) announced the availability of Ada Xcessories 3.1.
The Ada Xcessories 3.1 family is a complete set of Motif graphical user interface (GUI) builder solutions for Ada developers, and contains new versions of BX/Ada, Ada/Motif and OSF/Motif. It enables developers to work with Motif and generate Ada code without having to obtain a Department of Defense waiver.
Peter Winston, president of ICS, said the new Ada Xcessories 3.1 "reduces development time and costs because it is completely compliant with DoD standards and offers the latest object oriented design and development techniques for Ada developers."
For more information, pricing and availability, please contact:
Integrated Computer Solutions, Inc.
Cambridge, MA 02139
[Source: Integrated Computer Solutions, Inc., News Release]
On November 7, 1994, DDC-I announced the availability of the next generation of Ada compiler products for the Intel architecture. The products include:
For more information, contact:
410 North 44th Street
Pheonix, AZ 85008
[Source: DDC-I News Release]
Ada ANALYZER TOOL AVAILABLE FROM RATIONAL
On November 1, 1994, Rational Software Corporation announced that the Ada Analyzer software-quality tools from Little Tree Consulting are now available for Rational Apex, an integrated, team-oriented, software-engineering environment for developing Ada applications.
Ada Analyzer minimizes the time and effort required to improve software quality. Ada Analyzer is a set of support tools that can scan large amounts of Ada code, locating items of interest and cataloging information for developers, managers, quality-assurance personnel, and integration and testing personnel. It collects information about an Ada program so that users can understand the content of software better and make decisions about possible improvements. In addition, it defines specific analysis strategies for achieving quality-improvement goals. Ada Analyzer reports can be included in documentation, distributed as reference information, or used interactively to inspect and improve Ada software.
For product information, contact:
Rational Software Corporation
2800 San Tomas Expressway
Santa Clara, CA 95051-0951
Tel: 408/496-3600 or 800-RAT-1212
[Source: Rational Software Corporation News Release]