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.

NPM adds Workspaces for managing multiple packages

What’s new in Angular 11

What’s new in Angular 11

Highlights of the planned upgrade to the Google-developed web framework include stricter types and router performance improvements

JDK 16: What’s coming in Java 16

JDK 16: What’s coming in Java 16

Due March 2021, the next Java upgrade targets a new metaspace memory allocator, support for C++ 14 language features in JDK source code, and a vector API

What’s new in Microsoft .NET 5

What’s new in Microsoft .NET 5

Aimed at unifying the .NET platform, .NET 5 brings improvements to RyuJIT code quality, garbage collection, and JSON serialization, for starters

BizOps Manifesto urges business-tech alignment

BizOps Manifesto urges business-tech alignment

Coalition sets down 14 guiding principles to ensure that digital transformation projects meet business objectives

Android Studio improves machine learning support

Android Studio improves machine learning support

Android Studio 4.1 highlights include a database inspector and easier import of TensorFlow Lite models into Android apps

What’s new in Microsoft Visual Studio Code 1.50

What’s new in Microsoft Visual Studio Code 1.50

Microsoft updates Visual Studio Code monthly. Keep track of the latest new features and improvements in this changelog

What’s new in Rust 1.47

What’s new in Rust 1.47

Rust was designed to make it easy to develop fast and safe system-level software. Here’s what’s new.

Kotlin queues up new compiler, WebAssembly back end

Kotlin queues up new compiler, WebAssembly back end

Project roadmap puts a compiler rewrite, multiplatform mobile development, and WebAssembly at the top of the to do list

Apple brings low-level atomic operations to Swift language

Apple brings low-level atomic operations to Swift language

Swift Atomics is a new open source package that allows systems programmers to build synchronization constructs in Swift

Dart 2.10 unifies command-line tooling

Dart 2.10 unifies command-line tooling

The dart tool replaces multiple smaller tools for analyzing and formatting code, running tests, and compiling apps, with more duties on the way

GitHub adds code scanning for security bugs

GitHub adds code scanning for security bugs

GitHub users can draw on ready-made and custom queries to discover security vulnerabilities in their codebases.

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