DVS'06: Debugger Meeting 2006
AdaCore held in June 2006 a meeting regarding our debugger. We discussed
various issues and concluded our meeting with the creation of a roadmap
for the next 12 months.
June, 14-16 2006
All pictures are available either in tar
or zip formats. Also available is a tar
archive of the original pictures,
before being reworked (these are actually the same).
Note that the tarballs
contain all the pictures I took, not just the ones I present
on this page.
On Fifth Ave, at 19th street. I'm in the USA.
Incidentally, on the way back, some of us in the car decided to play
a stupid game and call "flag" everytime we saw an American flag.
It becomes pretty annoying when you're driving in the country-side.
It felt as if every house had its American flag flying in the wind.
The meeting was held in Pawnal, VT, at the house of our Beloved Lord
High President (BLHP), Robert Dewar. The day after we arrived in New York,
Arno, Jerome, Nico and myself drove up to New York.
Manhattan and the surrounding suburbs are a huge anthill. You feel
the pressure of proximity and concrete, the pressure of noise and
activity. But as we drive North out of the city, the buzz gets very
quickly replaced by an unexpected serinity of rolling hills where the
road is surrounded by forests. Houses and farms replace the tall
buildings covered with flashing advertisement signs. All the sudden lawn
fields covered with daisies become common, and yet, the contrast with
the city landscape just reminds us that beauty is often found in the
Dewar Residence, Carpenter Hill Road, Pawnal, VT.|
A view towards the Dewar house from the shed, the "gazebo" as Robert
First, we work (or at least we pretend we do) ...|
Despite a hard day of work, you feel refreshed enough after a dip
in the swimming pool to go back and do a little more work before
heading off to diner...
Somehow I almost felt a bit guilty answering the customer while
still wearing nothing buy my swimsuit... Well, almost anyway.
Robert's house provides many opportunities to have fun. Big favorites
are the pool, and the jacuzzi...
"The water is great" (I've heard that before)|