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[log in to unmask] (Bryce Bardin) wrote:

>Unfortunately it is a "catch 22" situation.  The demand for training is
>low because the conventional wisdom is that the jobs are all in C, C++,
>and Java, but there are Ada jobs going begging.  I get hit up several
>times a month for possible leads to available Ada programmers, but the
>good ones are already fully employed.

Perhaps if the organization has already chosen C, lack of good ones
is not considered a barrier.

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