Paul Krill

Editor at Large

Paul Krill is an editor at large at InfoWorld, focusing on coverage of application development (desktop and mobile) and core Web technologies such as HTML5, Java, and Flash.

What’s new in NativeScript

What’s new in Google’s Go language

What’s new in Google’s Go language

Version 1.10 offers compiler toolchain and performance improvements but no substantive language changes

What’s next for WebAssembly portable code

What’s next for WebAssembly portable code

The JavaScript companion for faster web applications will gain garbage collection and SIMD support as part of the effort to support more programming languages

MongoDB will support multidocument ACID transactions

MongoDB will support multidocument ACID transactions

MongoDB 4.0 will be released in summer 2018 but is in public beta now

Udash framework brings Scala to web development

Udash framework brings Scala to web development

Udash compiles code to JavaScript and can work with JavaScript libraries such as Bootstrap and jQuery

Microsoft’s Blazor project runs .Net in the browser

Microsoft’s Blazor project runs .Net in the browser

The WebAssembly format is key to the experimental framework’s ability to deliver .Net apps

What’s new in Microsoft’s Visual Studio 2017

What’s new in Microsoft’s Visual Studio 2017

The Version 15.6 beta provides a raft of C++ improvements, as well as enhancements for developer productivity and diagnostics

Java JDK 10: What new features to expect in the next Java

Java JDK 10: What new features to expect in the next Java

Technologies from several projects will provide a pipeline of new capabilities in Java 10 and later versions

Grand stack aims to simplify data-intensive app development

Grand stack aims to simplify data-intensive app development

The JavaScript-centered beta stack from Neo4j uses a strict schema for the API, driving the database model, and translating GraphQL queries

For developers, the focus is deep learning, multiplatform, and coding skills

For developers, the focus is deep learning, multiplatform, and coding skills

Angular, TensorFlow, React, and Electron all have seen large increases in developer activity on GitHub

Vote now for enterprise Java’s new name

Vote now for enterprise Java’s new name

The Eclipse Foundation wants your help to rename the Java platform

Doing nicely now, Visual Basic’s popularity could take a hit

Doing nicely now, Visual Basic’s popularity could take a hit

Microsoft's new strategy to end the co-evolution of C# and Visual Basic will make it even less respected by developers

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