Analysis of training-related issues in the transition to Ada in the DON.
Shkapsky, Jean Marie
Bui, Tung X.
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The Department of Defense has been continually plagued with problems in software development in terms of cost, reliability and performance. To combat these problems, Congress enacted Public Law 101-511, requiring that after June 1, 1991, all Department of Defense software be written in the programming language Ada. However, for this transition to be effective, training of personnel must be accomplished. This thesis addresses issues involved in training of personnel in the Department of the Navy in Ada, the philosophy of training, the number of personnel to be trained and the potential costs involved.
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