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Team Ada: Ada Programming Language Advocacy
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                         Call for Participation

                 11th Ada Developer Room at FOSDEM 2022

         Sunday 6 February 2022, online from Brussels, Belgium

    Organized in cooperation with Ada-Belgium [1] and Ada-Europe [2]

                  fosdem.org/2022/schedule/track/ada/
   www.cs.kuleuven.be/~dirk/ada-belgium/events/22/220206-fosdem.html

                 #AdaFOSDEM #AdaDevRoom #AdaProgramming
                   #AdaBelgium #AdaEurope #FOSDEM2022

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FOSDEM [3], the Free and Open source Software Developers' European
Meeting, is a non-commercial two-day weekend event organized early
each year in Brussels, Belgium.  It is highly developer-oriented and
brings together 8000+ participants from all over the world.  The 2022
edition takes place on Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 February.  It is free
to attend and no registration is necessary.  This year, for obvious
reasons, it has been turned into an online event, just like last year.

In this edition, the Ada FOSDEM community organizes once more 8
hours of presentations related to Ada and Free or Open Software in a
s.c. Developer Room.  The "Ada DevRoom" at FOSDEM 2022 is held on the
2nd day of the event, and offers introductory presentations on the
Ada programming language, as well as more specialised presentations
on focused topics, tools and projects: a total of 13 Ada-related
presentations by 12 authors from 8 countries!

Program overview:

- Introduction to the Ada DevRoom,
    by Fernando Oleo Blanco, Germany
- Introduction to Ada for Beginning and Experienced Programmers,
    by Jean-Pierre Rosen, France
- Ada Looks Good, Now Program a Game Without Knowing Anything,
    by Stefan Hild, Germany
- The Ada Numerics Model,
    by Jean-Pierre Rosen, France
- 2022 Alire Update,
    by Fabien Chouteau, France, Alejandro Mosteo, Spain
- SweetAda: Lightweight Development Framework for Ada-based Software
    Systems, by Gabriele Galeotti, Italy
- Use (and Abuse?) of Ada 2022 Features to Design a JSON-like Data
    Structure, by Alejandro Mosteo, Spain
- Getting Started with AdaWebPack,
    by Max Reznik, Ukraine
- Overview of Ada GUI,
    by Jeffrey Carter, Belgium
- SPARKNaCl: a Verified, Fast Re-implementation of TweetNaCl,
    by Roderick Chapman, UK
- The Outsider's Guide to Ada: Lessons from Learning Ada in 2021,
    by Paul Jarrett, USA
- Proving the Correctness of the GNAT Light Runtime Library,
    by Yannick Moy, France
- Implementing a Build Manager in Ada,
    by Stephane Carrez, France
- Exporting Ada Software to Python and Julia,
    by Jan Verschelde, USA
- Closing of the Ada DevRoom,
    by Dirk Craeynest, Belgium, Fernando Oleo Blanco, Germany

The Ada at FOSDEM 2022 web-page will have all details, such as the
full schedule, abstracts of presentations, biographies of speakers,
and pointers to more info, including live video streaming and chat,
plus recordings afterwards.  For the latest information at any time,
contact Fernando Oleo Blanco <[log in to unmask]>, or see:

[1] http://www.cs.kuleuven.be/~dirk/ada-belgium/
[2] http://www.ada-europe.org/
[3] https://fosdem.org/2022/

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Dirk Craeynest, FOSDEM Ada DevRoom team
[log in to unmask] (for Ada-Belgium/Ada-Europe/SIGAda/WG9)

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