Ada 95 HITS THE STREET RUNNING
Twelve years after the original Ada 83 language standard, Ada 95 finally has won an official name and international, as well as federal, approval.
Ada's object-oriented programming capabilities make it the first internationally standardized OOP language.
[Source: McCarthy, Shawn P., Government Computer News, March 6, 1995, p, 3]
DDC-I ANNOUNCES NEW THIRD PARTY PARTNERSHIPS
On February 28, 1995, DDC-I, Inc., announced the integration of additional third party tools to the DDC-I Ada Compiler System (DACS). The tools include Apex from Rational Software, TeamWork from Cadre Technologies, and Continuous/CM from Continuous Software.
The latest in a series of partnerships, these tool integrations continue DDC-I's strategy to leverage relationships with third party vendors based on market demand. Using a robust tool like DACS with these productivity enhancement tools provide a complete solution to any complex software development project.
For more information, please contact Jennifer Sanchez at:
410 N. 44th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85008
[Source: DDC-I, Inc. News Release]