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 Java.

JetBrains unveils Qodana code quality platform for CI/CD

Microsoft’s F# 6 boosts performance, ease

Microsoft’s F# 6 boosts performance, ease

Design goals for the new version were to make it simpler, more performant, easier to learn, and more uniform and interoperable with other .NET languages.

Microsoft previews Visual Studio Code for the Web

Microsoft previews Visual Studio Code for the Web

Browser-based code editor does have limitations, company warns, but the coding experience is nearly identical to the desktop for web languages.

What to expect in Java 18

What to expect in Java 18

Due in March 2022, Java 18 has drawn proposals to incubate the vector API, preview record patterns and array patterns, and adopt UTF-8 as the default character set.

Deno 1.15 improves Node.js compatibility

Deno 1.15 improves Node.js compatibility

New version of the Node.js alternative also makes progress toward a feature-complete Web Crypto API.

Node.js 17 arrives with more promise-based APIs

Node.js 17 arrives with more promise-based APIs

Node.js 17 becomes the current release line and Node.js 16 moves to long-term support status.

What’s new in Angular 13

What’s new in Angular 13

The development of the next major version of the TypeScript-based web framework is underway.

What’s new in Microsoft .NET 6

What’s new in Microsoft .NET 6

A second release candidate of the next-gen platform that unites the .NET Framework and .NET Core is now available.

Red Hat OpenStack tightens OpenShift Kubernetes integration

Red Hat OpenStack tightens OpenShift Kubernetes integration

Red Hat OpenStack Platform 16.2 allows OpenStack and OpenShift users to run VM-based and container-based workloads side by side with better performance and security.

TypeScript adds ESM support for Node.js

TypeScript adds ESM support for Node.js

Version 4.5 of Microsoft’s strongly typed JavaScript moves to a beta release stage, with new module settings to support Node.js.

Visual Studio Code adds split editor capability

Visual Studio Code adds split editor capability

New ‘Split in Group’ command allows Visual Studio Code users to work in two editors side by side, vertically or horizontally, on the same file.

Microsoft Visual Studio 2022 is due November 8

Microsoft Visual Studio 2022 is due November 8

Microsoft has made a version 17.0 release candidate and Preview 5 of the newly 64-bit IDE available with a go-live license for production use.

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