George Adams

George Adams

Java Program Manager @microsoft, Chair of TSC @AdoptOpenJDK, Core Collaborator @nodejs

AdoptOpenJDK Reaches 200 Million Downloads

Today the AdoptOpenJDK project celebrates another huge milestone. Read more

AdoptOpenJDK Virtual Roadshow

Join the AdoptOpenJDK virtual roadshow as we speak at a JUG near you! Read more

A Simple Guide to Notarizing Your Java Application

Apple has recently changed the requirements for applications to install on macOS 10.15 and above. Read more

Adding zOS to our Jenkins Build Farm

Adding zOS to a Jenkins server as an ssh agent can be a difficult task, that's why I've documented the steps that we were required follow to add our zOS machines to Jenkins. Read more

AIX is here!

AdoptOpenJDK binaries for AIX machines are available for download. Read more

Bundling AdoptOpenJDK into a notarized macOS application

Some changes have been made to the way we codesign our macOS binaries. Read more

SSH Key Management with KeyBox

Any project with more than a handful of machines will appreciate how much work is required to maintain them and ensure that access is kept to the minimum number of people. When we started creating our build farm we quickly realised how time-consuming this could be and so we wanted to find a neat solution to save us some time. One of the biggest issues that we found was giving people temporary access to machines. We would often find that the access was never revoked and this therefore became an administrators nightmare. Read more

Creating an Open Source Build Farm

When it comes to any community driven open source project, funding is always the limiting factor. There is no cheap way to get machines hosted for you in the cloud so it's essential that you approach as many companies as you can and try and build up sponsorship deals. Read more

How to build OpenJDK

Building OpenJDK with our `` script is really simple. Read more

Sponsorship at AdoptOpenJDK

Do you want to sponsor the AdoptOpenJDK project? Read more

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