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Comments and suggestions for changes to the Ada language to be included in future Ada versions can now be directed to the website https://arg.adaic.org. Forms on the site send comments to the Ada Rapporteur Group (ARG) of Working Group 9 (ISO WG9) of ISO/IEC JTC1 SC22 (the body that maintains the Ada Standard).
The AdaIC site collects a wide variety of materials and information useful for learning Ada. Beyond the usual collection of printed books for every modern version of Ada, we also have a variety of electronic books, electronic tutorials, social media sites for answers to specific questions, Ada-related websites, information on professional Ada training, and even a list of schools that use Ada in their curriculum. Check it out in our Learn Ada section.
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