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.

Microsoft readies new language for safe programming

C# 8.0 takes aim at null reference bugs

C# 8.0 takes aim at null reference bugs

Null reference types promise to help developers eliminate common, difficult-to-debug null reference exceptions

JDK 14: The new features in Java 14

JDK 14: The new features in Java 14

Flight recorder event streaming, switch expressions, and NVM file mapping byte buffers are slated for the next version of standard Java due in 2020

Major change proposed for WebAssembly

Major change proposed for WebAssembly

Proposed extension to enable functions to return multiple values would reduce code size and improve compiler efficiency, among other benefits

7 product roadmap tools for software developers

7 product roadmap tools for software developers

These cloud-based tools can help development teams map out software projects and keep stakeholders in the loop

Contract for the Web wants your endorsement

Contract for the Web wants your endorsement

Backed by the World Wide Web Foundation, Google, and Microsoft, the Contract for the Web seeks a free and open web that works for the public good

GraalVM adds Java 11 support

GraalVM adds Java 11 support

Latest upgrade of Oracle’s polyglot VM becomes the project”s first long term support release

Sourcetrail code navigator now free open source

Sourcetrail code navigator now free open source

Sourcetrail indexes source files to create a dependency graph, giving developers a graphical overview of their code

Dart 2.6 brings native compilation to the desktop

Dart 2.6 brings native compilation to the desktop

A new extension to the Dart compiler set allows you to create self-contained executables for Linux, MacOS, and Windows

‘Privacy first’ Brave browser exits beta

‘Privacy first’ Brave browser exits beta

By blocking trackers, invasive ads, and device fingerprinting by default, the open source browser had drawn protest from content publishers

GitHub makes CodeQL free for research and open source

GitHub makes CodeQL free for research and open source

CodeQL is a semantic code analyzer and query tool that can be used to find security vulnerabilities in codebases

Helm 3 package manager arrives for Kubernetes

Helm 3 package manager arrives for Kubernetes

Security, release management among improvement areas

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