Hi, I read somewhere that aerospace engineers use the language Ada to write instructions for aircraft/spacecraft systems. I also read that the Boeing 777 was primarily programmed with Ada. This kind of makes me want to learn some Ada over the summer, just to get some exposure for later. However, I know that C++ is used primarily at my university for engineering, and I already took an intro C++ class and did well in it, so I'm not sure if I should learn more C++ or begin Ada. Or, I could learn MATLAB more formally, since I was only exposed to it for about two weeks in class. So I suppose learning MATLAB would be advantageous, too. What do you all think I should do for now?