ARM TechCon 2016: Ada, long in the tooth, but as viable as ever

October 31, 2016
Ada, one of the many available the object-oriented programming languages, has been with us for a quite some time. In some ways, that’s a good thing – it has stood the test of time, there’s widespread use, and so on. On the downside, it’s given the hackers plenty of time to ply their trade, and it’s also provided ample time for new and improved languages to come along. Rich Nass of Embedded Computing Design interviews Quentin Ochem, the business development leader for AdaCore, and discusses the viability of Ada and the security features it offers.
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