Thu, 19 Dec 2002 07:14:43 -0700
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At 04:39 PM 12/19/02 +1100, Alan and Carmel Brain wrote:
>On Saturday 14th December 2002, a Japanese H-2A booster launched FedSat,
>Australia's first satellite for 30 years - and the first foreign payload
>launched with the H-2A.
. . .
>"In Space, no-one can press CTRL-ALT-DEL"
>But with Ada, you don't have to.
>Alan Brain (Head of FedSat On-Board Computer Software Development)
>mailto:[log in to unmask]
Alan. That is a wonderful story! Congratulations to you and your
eminently successful team.
Please be sure to work with Ann Brandon to get this Success Story written
up for distribution by the ARA.
I sincerely hope the story will include the last 2 sentences of your email
message, if only as a quote from Alan Brain.
S. Ron Oliver, the U.S. representative for Top Graph'X, developers of high
quality software components, using Ada, including OrbRiver the
multi-language ORB. A single distributed programming environment for all
developers. Supports Ada95, Java, and C++.
For more information, check out www.topgraphx.com.
Semi-retired professor of Computer Science and Computer