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.

Red Hat Runtimes adds Kubernetes-native Quarkus Java stack

Red Hat Runtimes adds Kubernetes-native Quarkus Java stack

Red Hat’s middleware platform for cloud-native apps now incorporates Java microservices technology

Microsoft: Power Platform is for real developers, too

Microsoft: Power Platform is for real developers, too

Microsoft is bringing improvements to the ‘low code’ Power Platform that professional developers could use, such as T-SQL support and GitHub integration

Microsoft unveils .NET MAUI for cross-platform apps

Microsoft unveils .NET MAUI for cross-platform apps

The .NET MAUI framework will allow developers to build Windows, MacOS, iOS, and Android apps from a single codebase

Project Leyden addresses Java pain points

Project Leyden addresses Java pain points

Leyden would mitigate Java’s large footprint and long-standing performance issues by introducing static images to the platform

Go language use still anchored in technology companies

Go language use still anchored in technology companies

Go Developer 2019 Survey finds most Go developers work for tech companies, and most want to keep using Go

Node.js 14 highlights diagnostics, WebAssembly

Node.js 14 highlights diagnostics, WebAssembly

Latest upgrade to the JavaScript runtime will become a long-term support version in October

Eclipse Theia takes aim at Visual Studio Code

Eclipse Theia takes aim at Visual Studio Code

A platform for building desktop and web-based IDEs that run VS Code extensions, Theia is not yet available in an end-user version

Git 2.26 fetches faster by default

Git 2.26 fetches faster by default

Latest version of the open source software version control system uses the new fast network fetch protocol instead of the old slow one

COVID-19 stress tests cloud services

COVID-19 stress tests cloud services

Industry research firms Forrester and GlobalData assess the impact of the pandemic on cloud service providers

OpenSilver resurrects Silverlight with WebAssembly

OpenSilver resurrects Silverlight with WebAssembly

Open source OpenSilver project revives Microsoft’s rich Internet technology using Mono for WebAssembly and Blazor

Apache Brooklyn 1.0 arrives for autonomic cloud computing

Apache Brooklyn 1.0 arrives for autonomic cloud computing

Open source toolkit blueprints on-prem or cloud apps and reacts to health metrics to repair or scale them

Say goodbye to .NET Core 3.0

Say goodbye to .NET Core 3.0

Microsoft has declared the end of support for .NET Core 3.0 and advised users to move to .NET Core 3.1

Scala.js 1.0.0 improves JavaScript interoperability

Scala.js 1.0.0 improves JavaScript interoperability

Version of the Scala programming language that compiles to JavaScript has reached GA status

GraalVM upgrade improves Windows builds

GraalVM upgrade improves Windows builds

Oracle’s open source, polyglot virtual machine also brings JavaScript, Java, Python, and Ruby enhancements

Go 1.14 improves runtime, compiler

Go 1.14 improves runtime, compiler

Latest Go language production release brings improvements across the board including to Windows and WebAssembly support

GitHub CLI brings GitHub to the command line

GitHub CLI brings GitHub to the command line

Command-line interface to the code hosting platform can be used for issues and pull requests

7 stellar libraries for C++ programming

7 stellar libraries for C++ programming

C++ developers look to these libraries for help building Windows apps, mobile apps, machine learning and scientific apps, and more

Amazon’s AutoGluon automates deep learning for devs

Amazon’s AutoGluon automates deep learning for devs

Amazon has launched an open source toolkit to help developers incorporate artificial intelligence in their applications

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

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