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June 10 1995
June 14 1995
|Duration||Full day tutorials||Half day tutorials|
OOP with Ada 95 and other gOODies
Software Architecture and Iterative Development
Task Schedulability Analysis
Information Systems Programming in Ada 95
OOP with Ada 95 and other gOODies ( full day, Monday )
John Barnes (JB Informatics)
This example-driven tutorial will cover the main features of the core of Ada 95 with strong emphasis on OOP and other interesting areas.
Object Technology Project Management ( full day, Monday )
Richard T. Dué (Thomsen Dué and Associates, Ltd.)
This tutorial presents a overview of proven, practical approaches to the full-time job of managing Object Technology systems development projects.
Real-Time and Distributed Features of Ada 95 ( full day, Monday )
Joyce L. Tokar (Tartan)
This tutorial will present an overview of features and programming techniques for real-time and distributed systems with Ada 95.
Software Architecture and Iterative Development Process ( full day, Friday )
Philippe Kruchten (Rational Software)
This tutorial introduces the concept and a model of software architecture and describes an iterative process to develop and validate the architecture of software-intensive systems.
Task Schedulability Analysis ( half day, Friday morning )
Vance Christiaanse (Lockheed Martin)
This tutorial presents the principles of multi-tasking software design on a monoprocessor. It will cover the major Ada 95 scheduling disciplines and help your tasks meet hard deadline time requirements.
Writing Java(tm)-Compatible Applets in Ada 95 ( half day, Friday morning )
S. Tucker Taft (Intermetrics)
This tutorial/workshop will introduce the attendees to writing Java(tm)-compatible applets in Ada 95.
Information Systems Programming in Ada 95 ( half day, Friday afternoon )
Benjamin M. Brosgol (Thomson Software Products)
This tutorial will cover the information systems-related facilities of Ada 95, such as exact decimal arithmetic a la Cobol, picture-driven edited output, character handling, string processing, and interfacing with other software systems.
Real-Time POSIX ( half day, Friday afternoon )
Michael Gonzalez Harbour (EE & CS Dept, Cantabria University)
This tutorial discusses the main real-time operating system services defined in the POSIX standards and the different options and services suitable for developing real-time applications in Ada.