The Ada Community Foundation (ADF) is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a new year of programming and learning.
In a new video, ADF CEO, Matt J. Green, said the organization is launching an all-new program that focuses on a particular programming paradigm, and its impact on the industry.
It’s called Ada Programming, and it’s a curriculum designed to encourage and educate the next generation of programmers.
Green said Ada Programming will provide a comprehensive introduction to the Ada language, its tools, its development techniques, and the power of the Ada community.
The Ada programming curriculum is designed for students of all levels and expertise levels to understand the language and its tools.
It will also help students better understand and leverage the tools and concepts that make up the Ada programming ecosystem.
“Ada Programming will serve as a way to bring together the most dynamic, creative, and ambitious people in the community to develop the best Ada tools possible,” Green said in a press release.
In addition to a curriculum that aims to help students gain practical and creative experience, the Ada Programming curriculum also includes a focus on programming for AI.
For those who aren’t familiar with AI, it’s an exciting area of study.
The latest developments in AI have raised the bar for AI, and this curriculum will help students understand the tools that will enable AI to reach its full potential.
Ada programming has become a central theme for many in the Ada Community.
According to Green, the curriculum will “give people the tools they need to be successful in AI development and encourage people to contribute to the advancement of AI.”
The ADF’s Ada programming course has already been used by a few companies, including a number of big corporations, including Google, Amazon, and Microsoft.
The curriculum is available for free to anyone interested in the field.
There are currently several programming conferences, but the Ada Development Association is a nonprofit organization with a mission to encourage developers to participate in the development of the language.
Green says that he hopes Ada programming will continue to be a valuable tool for developers for the foreseeable future.
Read more about Ada and its rise to prominence here.