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.

Microsoft's P language is aimed at where cloud, AI, and IoT meet

GitHub sets up a developer tools store, releases GraphQL API

GitHub sets up a developer tools store, releases GraphQL API

The popular code repository is trying to be a one-stop shop for developers to get more of their work done

Google’s Firebase taps serverless Cloud Functions

Google’s Firebase taps serverless Cloud Functions

Performance monitoring, open source SDKs also highlighted for the tooling

Oracle has a plan to make Java 9 migration easier

Oracle has a plan to make Java 9 migration easier

A new proposal would temporarily permit illegal reflective access from code on class path by default, so more older code would function in Java 9

Google’s Polymer zeroes in on ES6 compatibility, interoperability

Google’s Polymer zeroes in on ES6 compatibility, interoperability

Polymer 2.0 promises much improved ECMAScript 6 standards support and interoperability with other libraries and frameworks

Google endorses Kotlin for Android development

Google endorses Kotlin for Android development

Android Studio 3.0 IDE will include this first addition to Android’s official languages

Oracle's Java chief debunks ‘misconceptions’ about Java 9

Oracle's Java chief debunks ‘misconceptions’ about Java 9

The new version of Java will work in fact with Maven and favorite libraries, and code conversion won’t be required

Visual Studio may gain AI smarts around available code

Visual Studio may gain AI smarts around available code

The experimental technology could assist in code analysis, but there’s no timeline for its release

What developers can expect at Google I/O 2017

What developers can expect at Google I/O 2017

Android O is the main focus, but Google will also dig into machine learning, web payments, web applications, and the internet of things

Escape from Flatland: Microsoft’s new UI approach

Escape from Flatland: Microsoft’s new UI approach

Microsoft's Fluid Design System concept will help developers create apps for a multitude of systems and input types

Q&A: Microsoft Cosmos DB creator lays out vision for planet-scale database

Q&A: Microsoft Cosmos DB creator lays out vision for planet-scale database

Distinguished Engineer Dharma Shukla outlines the origins and goals of Microsoft's cloud database, which debuted at Build 2017

Microsoft focuses on engagement with Fluent Design System, UWP, and Windows 10 Fall Update

Microsoft focuses on engagement with Fluent Design System, UWP, and Windows 10 Fall Update

Developers will get more tools to build applications that use Metro-like design language and work across device types

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