OpenJDK Committers’ Workshop

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Thursday–Friday, 8–9 August 2024
Oracle Auditorium
Santa Clara, California, USA

The seventh OpenJDK Committers’ Workshop will be held during the first week of August, immediately after the JVM Language Summit, at Oracle’s campus in Santa Clara, California, USA.

The entire workshop will be an unconference, with plenty of time to discuss both technical and community issues. We’ll have plenary sessions as well as some parallel sessions, to allow time for the discussion of specialized topics that are not of broad interest. We’ll start on Thursday morning at 9:00 and finish on Friday, just after lunch.

Space is limited, due to the size of the venue, so we ask that you register in advance. As at past Workshops, preference will be given to Committers with a strong record of past contributions, though some space will be made for new Committers who have a strong potential for ongoing future contributions.


Registration is now open at

For questions about OCW registration, contact

If you wish also to attend the JVM Language Summit, please register separately.

Please review the Oracle Event Code of Conduct.

Oracle follows local health mandates to ensure we can meet in the safest way possible. As protocols and mandates may change at any time, we will do our best to communicate changes that impact our events. We encourage you to review the Health and Safety protocols in place for California.


The Workshop is organized by:

Andrew Haley (Red Hat)
Doug Lea (SUNY Oswego)
Stuart Marks (Oracle)
Liam Miller-Cushon (Google)
Mark Reinhold (Oracle)
Dalibor Topic (Oracle)
Johan Vos (Gluon)

Questions? Comments? Suggestions?

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