The Ada Way : student programming contest organized by Ada-Europe
Vous êtes étudiant, vous aimez Ada, le foot, les défis ?
Et vous lisez l’anglais alors ce concours de programmation Ada est pour vous, il est ouvert depuis septembre 2010 et les soumissions doivent se faire en avril 2011 :
« The Ada Way » is an annual student programming contest organized by Ada-Europe, the international organization that promotes the knowledge and use of Ada in European academia, research and industry. A Steering Committee formed by representatives of promoting institutions oversees the organization of the contest. The Steering Committee is currently comprised of: Dirk Craeynest and Ahlan Marriott (Ada-Europe), Ricky Sward (ACM SIGAda), Jamie Ayre and Matteo Bordin (AdaCore), Jean-Pierre Fauche (Atego), Ian Broster (Rapita), Rod White (MBDA).
This initiative aims to attract students and educators to Ada in a form that is both fun and instructive. For this reason the contest is a yearly programming competition among student teams, whereby each team must have a university affiliation and be endorsed by an educator. The ideal, but not exclusive, context for participation is as part of an organized teaching/course activity in which the theme and requirements of the contest are endorsed and supported by the educator. See the « Participation Requirements » section for details.
The contest opens in September with the announcement of the theme, and allows submissions until the end of April the following year. See below for the 2010-11 edition theme and the Submissions tab for the submission requirements.
Students and educators who may consider participating and want more information on « The Ada Way » in general and its 2010-11 edition in particular are invited to make contact with the Steering Committee at « board at ada-europe dot org ».