As a developer, you’ve been getting dependencies and applications from places like Maven Central, Homebrew and Chocolatey. Have you ever wondered how you can add your own creations to those packagers and repositories? Wouldn’t that be cool?!? Anyone worldwide being able to install your CLI or use your library with the tools they already use?
In this talk, we’ll show you just how fast and easy it can be to do just that! We’ll show you practical examples, like sharing a CLI app through Homebrew or publishing your library on Maven Central while announcing it on social media, all using JReleaser! After this talk, you’ll have learned exactly what this free Open Source tool has to offer and you’ll know why we are so excited to tell you about it!
So strap on your jetpack and join us as we show you how to package, publish, release and announce your creations at the speed of light!
Maarten Mulders
Info Support
Passionate architect, senior developer and trainer at Info Support. Also Java Champion. I'm eager about "building the right thing" and "building the thing right". I focus on lean and elegant solutions, and I love to share new ideas and knowledge. Outside work, I appreciate crafting and eating good food, photography, and music, in no particular order.
Tom Cools
Info Support
Developer without borders, both geographically and technically. Active as a consultant with a focus on Java technologies. Next to that, Tom is a trainer and mentor who loves to share not only knowledge but also passion for our craft. He does this through mentorships (, guiding students at his alma mater or just helping strangers on social media. Tom is a Java Champion, leader of the Belgian Java User Group and an alround geeky guy.