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.

GopherJS compiler catches up to Google Go

Visual Studio 15 preview adds TypeScript, C++ improvements

Visual Studio 15 preview adds TypeScript, C++ improvements

Microsoft's fourth preview of Visual Studio 15 also focuses on faster installation

Nginx web server upgrade focuses on web security, JavaScript configuration

Nginx web server upgrade focuses on web security, JavaScript configuration

Nginx Plus Release 10 adds a web app firewall, IP transparency, and support for the nginScript configuration and control language

Gradle build sharing comes out of the cradle

Gradle build sharing comes out of the cradle

The build automation system's founder also wants to address feature creep with CI systems

Microsoft promises fewer forced sign-ins to Visual Studio

Microsoft promises fewer forced sign-ins to Visual Studio

Developers had griped about frequently re-entering credentials to access the company's IDE; now, sessions should last for months

Java EE 8 set to slip, while Java SE could move up

Java EE 8 set to slip, while Java SE could move up

Mired in controversy, Java EE won't likely make its targeted ship date of first-half 2017

New SVG spec irons out overlaps with HTML, CSS

New SVG spec irons out overlaps with HTML, CSS

The web graphics standard also gets improved text-wrapping and style properties

LinkedIn's Gradle plug-in brings build automation to Python

LinkedIn's Gradle plug-in brings build automation to Python

The {py}gradle plugin can put Python and Java on the same page when it comes to software builds

Microsoft's .Net Framework will get its own Patch Tuesday

Microsoft's .Net Framework will get its own Patch Tuesday

Starting in October, the .Net Framework Monthly Rollup will provide regular security and quality updates

Docker, microservices will loom large at JavaOne

Docker, microservices will loom large at JavaOne

Oracle's upcoming conference promises to home in on newer uses of Java along with base platform technologies

Google nixes Flash, embraces HTML5 in Chrome browser

Google nixes Flash, embraces HTML5 in Chrome browser

Starting with December's Chrome 55 release, the browser will use HTML5 as its default instead of Flash

CoreOS updates Kubernetes stack for enterprises

CoreOS updates Kubernetes stack for enterprises

Tectonic 1.3 features scaling, role-based access, SSO integration, and management for users, groups, and LDAP directories

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