On Monday, July 30, 2012 8:45:45 AM UTC-5, Vasiliy Molostov wrote:
> cons is that you will stuck with c.l.a.
Given the signal-to-noise ratio here due to the wide breadth of experienceddevelopers that frequent this newsgroup, I'm hard-pressed to see how relying on c.l.a. for Ada assistance could be considered a "con"!
Even so, it's not the only choice. Tagging a question on StackOverflow withthe "Ada" tag (http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/ada
) will bring it to the attention of a small cadre of experienced Ada developers. And the Ada subreddit (http://www.reddit.com/r/ada)is
an ongoing source of links toAda news, projects, and announcements.
Ada has a presence on SourceForge, GitHub, and RosettaCode, providing a rich source of Ada examples for use and learning.
There may not be as many "Ada Articles" as there are for other programming languages, but there's a lot fewer garbage articles and information.
Marc A. Criley
Ada Sub-reddit moderator