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 and Java.

Survey reveals most-used CSS features and tools

JDK 13: The new features coming to Java 13

JDK 13: The new features coming to Java 13

Official development targets for Java 13 include improvements to garbage collection, application class-data sharing, and text blocks

Microsoft Azure and Oracle Cloud connect

Microsoft Azure and Oracle Cloud connect

Direct network connection and identity interoperability allow customers to run workloads across the Microsoft and Oracle clouds

GitHub Desktop 2.0 adds rebasing and stashing

GitHub Desktop 2.0 adds rebasing and stashing

Latest GitHub client for Windows and MacOS smoothes context switching and tightens integration with GitHub pull requests

GitHub launches GitHub Package Registry

GitHub launches GitHub Package Registry

GitHub Package Registry allows developers to publish private or a public packages alongside their source code

Java proposal addresses scarcity of keywords for new features

Java proposal addresses scarcity of keywords for new features

JDK enhancement proposal embraces hyphenated keywords for the sake of compatibility and readability

Rust language project addresses loose ends

Rust language project addresses loose ends

2019 Rust project roadmap promises better governance, a more polished language spec, and the completion of longstanding requests

Nornir offers Python-based network-management automation

Nornir offers Python-based network-management automation

The alternative to Ansible promises less work for automation developers

What’s new in the Node.js 12 JavaScript runtime

What’s new in the Node.js 12 JavaScript runtime

Node.js 12 Long-Term Service release arrives with faster startup and an improved default heap limit based on available memory

Eclipse proposes Kubernetes development tools

Eclipse proposes Kubernetes development tools

The Eclipse Tempest project would bring tools for building Kubernetes applications to multiple IDEs and languages

Microsoft aims for simplicity with Bosque programming language

Microsoft aims for simplicity with Bosque programming language

The new, open-source programming language is designed for writing code that is simple and obvious for both humans and machines

Google Cloud Code gives Kubernetes development a boost

Google Cloud Code gives Kubernetes development a boost

Pre-release plug-ins for Visual Studio Code and IntelliJ promise to speed up the build, deploy, and debug cycle for cloud-native apps

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