Ada Colleagues,

Just a short note to inform you of changes since publication of
the Advance Program for "SIGAda '98 -- Ada in Context", being
held 07-12 NOV 1998 in Washington, DC:

        * New Last Early-Rate Cut-off Date: 23 OCT
                -- Adjusted to accommodate US Federal Employees
                   due to the delay in FY-99 funding.

        * New Last Guaranteed Hotel Conference Rate Date: 25 OCT
                -- Same reason as above

        * Finalized Professional Development Seminar PDS Data:
                -- 10 AM - 4:30 PM / Saturday, 07 NOV
                -- Price: $100 (with no cutoff date)
                -- 5 Seminars Scheduled:
                        1) SW Process Improvement with the CMM
                        2) An Introduction to CORBA
                        3) Best Practices for Successful SW Projects
                        4) AntiPatterns
                        5) The Unified Modeling Language (UML)

        * Birds-Of-Feather (BOF) / Working Group Formation:
                -- Mr. Ronald Price, the Local Arrangements Chair, is
                -- the POC for BOF Arrangements, and his e-mail address
                -- has changed to:  [log in to unmask]

        * Tuesday Reception & Gala Program Announced:
                -- "AdaGore Inc. or The Microjunk Curse"

        * NEW "ASE" 2 Disk CD-ROM Set from Walnut Creek:
                -- "Ada & Software Engineering"

        * "Where's Ada" Contest --  Put your name & organization on
           the map for a chance to win:
                -- free T-shirts (perhaps one autographed by "lady Ada"
                    & others in the all star Gala cast),
                -- free single user Window 95 or Windows NT version of
                   RR Software's CLAW software ($450 retail value), see
                -- free WebMentor training in Ada'95 ($150 value), see

For full information & on-line registration, visit our
Conference Web Site at URL:

Looking Forward to Seeing You in DC!!

Tom Panfil -- SIGAda'98 Registration Chair