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.

Oracle doesn't want Java EE any more

What features to expect in Apple’s Swift 5

What features to expect in Apple’s Swift 5

The stable ABI promised for Swift 4 is delayed a year, with string ergonomics also considered for 2018

The most popular IDEs? Visual Studio and Eclipse

The most popular IDEs? Visual Studio and Eclipse

Visual Studio and Eclipse top the PYPL popularity index of desktop IDEs, while Cloud9 and JSFiddle lead in the cloud

Google’s Deeplearn.js brings machine learning to the browser

Google’s Deeplearn.js brings machine learning to the browser

The open source GPU-accelerated library supports TypeScript and JavaScript, allowing you to train neural networks or run pre-trained models

AWS unveils AI monitoring for Amazon S3

AWS unveils AI monitoring for Amazon S3

Amazon Macie discovers and classifies sensitive data in S3 and automatically alerts to unusual activity and exposures

Microsoft unveils simpler .Net Core, standard .Net APIs

Microsoft unveils simpler .Net Core, standard .Net APIs

Microsoft promises greater ease of use in .Net Core 2.0 and more interoperable APIs in .Net Standard 2.0 spec

What’s new in Java EE 8

What’s new in Java EE 8

The upgrade retools enterprise Java for cloud and microservices environments

GitHub’s Atom editor gets a speed boost

GitHub’s Atom editor gets a speed boost

Architectural updates and a full rewrite of the rendering layer improve responsiveness, with better Git and PHP support coming soon

Google releases TensorFlow Serving library

Google releases TensorFlow Serving library

The open source library can work with both Google’s own TensorFlow machine learning models and third-party models

How Google’s Go language could be improved

How Google’s Go language could be improved

Go contributors find common ground on improvements in language server, crypto code, compilation, and garbage collection

JetBrains ships alternative to Microsoft’s Visual Studio

JetBrains ships alternative to Microsoft’s Visual Studio

Rider can be used on Windows, MacOS, and Linux systems

Java and C hit all-time lows in Tiobe language popularity index

Java and C hit all-time lows in Tiobe language popularity index

Java and C take a sharp tumble, while Ruby-like variant Crystal sees a sharp rise

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