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.

The future of Node.js: Stable, secure, everywhere

Microsoft opens up Node.js to other JavaScript engines

Microsoft opens up Node.js to other JavaScript engines

The company also has its ChakraCore engine working on Linux and MacOS

Java EE advocates to Oracle: Give us details, not promises

Java EE advocates to Oracle: Give us details, not promises

Oracle says Java EE 8 will be equipped for cloud deployments, microservices, containers, and multitenancy, but Java advocates want to see the fine print

Microsoft maps out F# language upgrade

Microsoft maps out F# language upgrade

F# 4.1 will include struct tuples, improved error messages, and backing for .Net Core

NodeSource, Kubernetes team up for better app deployment, security

NodeSource, Kubernetes team up for better app deployment, security

The NSolid server-side JavaScript platform is now preconfigured to deploy apps with the Kubernetes container management system

LinkedIn claims Rocket Data beats Apple's iOS caching

LinkedIn claims Rocket Data beats Apple's iOS caching

The framework is an alternative to Apple's Core Data, which was inadequate for the company's mobile dev needs

R, TypeScript climb RedMonk language rankings

R, TypeScript climb RedMonk language rankings

The top 10 programming languages remain JavaScript, Java, PHP, Python, and more

Google Dart gets its own version of the Angular 2 framework

Google Dart gets its own version of the Angular 2 framework

Critics respond that separate Angular 2 versions -- one for Dart and one for TypeScript/JavaScript -- might actually discourage Dart adoption

Microsoft reveals big plans for .Net Core

Microsoft reveals big plans for .Net Core

The open source runtime will get new APIs, language upgrades, and ARM processor backing

Exclusive: Oracle to reboot Java EE for the cloud

Exclusive: Oracle to reboot Java EE for the cloud

In an InfoWorld interview, Oracle lifts the lid on its plan to modernize enterprise Java amid criticisms of inactivity

Facebook SDK gives Apple's Swift developers access to platform services

Facebook SDK gives Apple's Swift developers access to platform services

The SDK enables integration of iOS mobile apps with services on the social network

IoT spurs surprise surge in assembly language popularity

IoT spurs surprise surge in assembly language popularity

This month's Tiobe Index of language popularity has the assembly language cracking the top 10, likely due to its use in small IoT devices

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