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.

Linus Torvalds longs for Apple’s ARM-based Mac

TypeScript 4.0 brings performance boosts

TypeScript 4.0 brings performance boosts

Forthcoming version improves build speeds and startup times and brings editing and coding enhancements

R language rises with COVID-19 research

R language rises with COVID-19 research

R language for statistical computing moves up in the Tiobe index of language popularity, while Rust and Kotlin also gain

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

Oracle unveils Helidon 2.0 for Java microservices

Oracle unveils Helidon 2.0 for Java microservices

Upgrade brings GraalVM native image startup and memory consumption benefits to MicroProfile developers

Amazon Honeycode lets non-developers build apps

Amazon Honeycode lets non-developers build apps

Amazon’s no-code tool lets users build mobile and web apps via a spreadsheet paradigm

What’s new in Angular 10

What’s new in Angular 10

Major upgrade of the popular Google-created web framework is now available as a production release

GitHub’s Super Linter is ‘one linter to rule them all’

GitHub’s Super Linter is ‘one linter to rule them all’

Super Linter is a GitHub Action that lets you automate linting for any GitHub repo, supporting some 20 programming languages

Apple introduces new-look Xcode 12 IDE

Apple introduces new-look Xcode 12 IDE

Redesigned development environment allows developers can build for both Apple silicon and Intel systems

Apple preps developers for Apple silicon transition

Apple preps developers for Apple silicon transition

Apple’s Universal App Quick Start Program helps developers update their apps for Macs with Apple silicon

Bootstrap 5.0 alpha arrives, sans jQuery

Bootstrap 5.0 alpha arrives, sans jQuery

Update to the mobile-first website framework promises lighter file sizes and faster page loading

ECMAScript 2020 spec for JavaScript approved

ECMAScript 2020 spec for JavaScript approved

The latest standard for JavaScript, ECMAScript 2020 introduces new features for module loading, precision integers, and strings

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