Hello, everyone!

I apologize if your membership in several lists results in your getting 
multiple copies of this note.

It is my pleasure to invite you to attend SIGAda 2010, which will take place in 
Fairfax, Virginia (near Washington, DC) from Sunday, Oct. 24 through Thursday, 
Oct. 28.

SIGAda 2010 is ACM's Annual Conference on Engineering Safe, Secure, and 
Reliable Software. This year's conference is full of interesting and important 
tutorials and presentations on this theme. Here are just two examples to whet 
your appetite:

-- Tutorials and papers on real-time software for unmanned systems, both the 
full-size and model (LEGO) varieties;

-- Keynote addresses and panel presentations on safe, secure and reliable 
software, by experts representing the Federal Aviation Administration, National 
Security Agency, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Homeland 
Security, and others;

Full program information, online registration, and hotel details can be found 
at the conference website,

http://sigada.org/conf/sigada2010

Note that if you are an educator who is teaching, or planning to teach, the Ada 
language or more broadly, safe, secure, reliable software, you may be eligible 
for an Educator Grant which provides a waiver of your conference and tutorial 
fees. Contact me or see the website for further details.

I hope to be seeing you in Fairfax!

Yours truly,

Michael Feldman
Professor Emeritus of Computer Science, The George Washington University
Registration Chair, SIGAda 2010