Is it worth it to learn Ada in 2022? And how do I learn it?

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  • programming-with-ada

    Discontinued A guide for learning about the Ada Programming Language.

    Without knowing your goals or motives, no one can tell you if it's "worth it." But, if you decide you'd like to, https://pyjarrett.github.io/programming-with-ada/ is a good place to start.

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  • ada_language_server

    Server implementing the Microsoft Language Protocol for Ada and SPARK

    Grab Visual Studio Code and the Ada language server plugin

  • sdlada

    Ada 2022 bindings to SDL 2 - Don't STAR this, this is my personal repo which I may delete over using the AGF one.

    COUGH, it's not just for military and aerospace or embedded.

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the 97th most popular programming language
based on number of metions?