ARM TechCon 2016: If you're thinking secure and reliable, think Ada

November 1, 2016 OpenSystems Media

Ada, one of the many available object-oriented programming languages, has been with us for a quite some time. Unlike other technologies, however, that long life has proved to be a positive, as Ada is long on both security and reliability, and has proven itself time and again.

In my interview with Quentin Ochem, the business development leader for AdaCore, we discuss the potential of Ada, and the safety and security features it offers. Ochem’s company offers a rich product set that includes Ada development and testing tools, suiting the language for a wide spectrum of applications.

Rich Nass, Embedded Computing Brand Director
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