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 Java.

Amazon’s AutoGluon automates deep learning for devs

Go 1.14 focuses on runtime, compiler

Go 1.14 focuses on runtime, compiler

February release brings improvements across the board including to Windows and WebAssembly support

WebAssembly hasn’t grabbed JavaScript developers

WebAssembly hasn’t grabbed JavaScript developers

State of JavaScript 2019 developer survey says TypeScript, React, Express, and GraphQL are hot, Angular and WebAssembly not

Microsoft’s C# 9.0 begins to take shape

Microsoft’s C# 9.0 begins to take shape

Proposed capabilities for C# 9 include simplified parameter null validation, record types, and switch expressions

Atlassian launches cloud development platform

Atlassian launches cloud development platform

Now in private beta, Atlassian Forge combines a serverless FaaS platform, a declarative UI language, and a devops toolchain

Android Studio 4.0 backs native UI toolkit

Android Studio 4.0 backs native UI toolkit

Now available in a preview release, the Android Studio 4.0 ‘Canary’ upgrade works with the JetPack Compose UI toolkit and improves Java 8 support

DeepCode taps AI for code reviews

DeepCode taps AI for code reviews

Cloud service analyzes commits to GitHub or Bitbucket and flags security, performance, logic, and compliance issues

Visual Studio Code updates Java support

Visual Studio Code updates Java support

Microsoft’s code editor adds new code navigation, code actions, code snippets, and refactoring features, along with Java 13 support

Google Bazel builds and tests Bazel 1.0

Google Bazel builds and tests Bazel 1.0

Open source build tool brings fast incremental builds to multiple languages, multiple platforms, and large code bases

JSON tools you don’t want to miss

JSON tools you don’t want to miss

Developers can choose from many great free and online tools for JSON formatting, validating, editing, and converting to other formats

Software jobs pay twice the national average

Software jobs pay twice the national average

Software.org report finds software jobs not only pay twice as much, but are growing at twice the rate of US jobs overall

JDK 13: The new features in Java 13

JDK 13: The new features in Java 13

Java 13 arrives with improvements to garbage collection, application class-data sharing, and text blocks

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