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.

Entity Framework Core: Microsoft's ORM goes cross-platform

Microsoft-backed Language Server Protocol strives for language, tools interoperability

Microsoft-backed Language Server Protocol strives for language, tools interoperability

The new protocol integrates multiple languages consistently across different IDEs and code editors

Microsoft moves on open source .Net, ramps up multilanguage tools

Microsoft moves on open source .Net, ramps up multilanguage tools

Company embraces Linux, Mac OS, iOS, Android, and will show SQL Server on Red Hat's Linux

Server-side developers take a shine to Swift

Server-side developers take a shine to Swift

Proponents including IBM see great potential in Apple's up-and-coming language for building web apps and services

The end of BigLittle: Ruby unifies integer classes

The end of BigLittle: Ruby unifies integer classes

Language founder Yukihiro Matsumoto says the general release of Ruby 2.4.0, currently available as a preview, will come on Christmas Day

Don't just code: Career advice from the programming masters

Don't just code: Career advice from the programming masters

Dev tech founders Eich, van Rossum, Johnson, Hickey, and Schleuter offer advice to programming newcomers

More code deploys mean fewer security headaches

More code deploys mean fewer security headaches

Contrary to what you might think, updating code a lot can cut security issues in half -- and improve software quality

Eclipse's annual release train focuses on JavaScript, PHP

Eclipse's annual release train focuses on JavaScript, PHP

This year's open source tooling package, called Neon, also gives nods to Docker and Android

Tech jobs report: Security, devops, and big data stay hot

Tech jobs report: Security, devops, and big data stay hot

Foote's latest data suggests security and devops will remain in high demand for some time -- but cloud pay is starting to slip

Java's Spring Framework gets a new competitor

Java's Spring Framework gets a new competitor

The Datamill framework brings functional programming to Java

JavaScript specification gets official thumbs-up

JavaScript specification gets official thumbs-up

ECMAScript 2016 has limited new features due to the new philosophy of providing smaller, more frequent updates

Git 2.9 improves submodules, diff readability

Git 2.9 improves submodules, diff readability

The latest version of the open source version control system features a diff heuristic for better clarity

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