I sent in that the US Air Force Academy and US Military Academy (West
Point) are still doing Ada.
Dr. Martin C. Carlisle
Associate Professor and Advisor-in-Charge
Department of Computer Science
United States Air Force Academy
From: Team Ada: Ada Programming Language Advocacy (83 & 95)
[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Frances L VanScoy
Sent: Monday, September 13, 2004 6:44 AM
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Subject: Re: Reid list 24 call for updates (fwd)
I've been quietly contacting the schools listed as using Ada or Pascal
to update their entries. (I'm not through the list yet, because it
takes time to locate email addresses for each department.) So far I have
found NO ONE still teaching Ada or Pascal. WVU changed several years
ago from Ada to C++. I continue to believe that Ada is a better
language, but I think we're being outvoted everywhere. :-(
I would WELCOME news from anyone still teaching Ada!
Frances Van Scoy [log in to unmask]
On Sat, 11 Sep 2004, Dirk Craeynest wrote:
> The appended call for updates of the s.c. "Reid list of programming
> languages used in the first course for computer science majors" was
> posted to comp.edu recently.
> If you know institutes that use Ada, you might want to suggest people
> there to add or confirm their entry on the Reid list ASAP.
> Dirk ([log in to unmask] for Ada-Belgium/Europe/WG9
> *** 10th Intl.Conf.on Reliable Software Technologies - Ada-Europe'2005
> *** June 20-24, 2005 *** York, UK *** http://www.ada-europe.org ***
> ----- Forwarded message from Frances L. Van Scoy -----
> From: [log in to unmask] (Frances L. Van Scoy)
> Newsgroups: comp.edu
> Subject: Reid list 24 call for updates
> Date: 9 Sep 2004 08:47:37 -0700
> Next week I expect to post version 24 of the Reid list of programming
> languages used in the first course for computer science majors.
> Old versions of the list are available at
> If you wish to submit an update or correction for your college or
> university, please email it to me at [log in to unmask]
> Frances Van Scoy
> ----- End of forwarded message from Frances L. Van Scoy -----