From IBM UK
Tim is a senior member of IBM's Runtimes Technology Centre with responsibility for open source engineering projects.
Prior to his current position he was part of the original Eclipse development team, and a Vice President of the Apache Software Foundation Harmony Project. He is a member of the JSR376 expert group designing the Java modularity system, and JSR379 defining the Java SE 9 platform. He has spoken at conferences worldwide on topics relating to security.
Tim has contributed to the commercial implementation of Smalltalk, IBM VisualAge, Eclipse, and the Java SDK over a long period. He has a broad knowledge of high performance runtimes, open source methodologies, and applying new language technology to difficult problems.
The AdoptOpenJDK project provides high quality Java SE binaries based upon an open, common, audited, build infrastructure.
In this talk we describe the recent work that brings OpenJDK-based development to everyone by developing a modern devops pipeline to take your idea from discussion to final delivery.
Hear about how AdoptOpenJDK established a large heterogeneous build farm in the community, is using that to manage new build/test infrastructure, and has created a flexible website site for the release of builds.
Join us as we show the lifecycle of a patch from concept to delivery in hundreds of thousands of downloads. This talk will appeal to devops and Java developers alike.