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.

Kotlin improves code compilation, now requires JDK 8

Oracle floats Java hardware acceleration proposal

Oracle floats Java hardware acceleration proposal

Project Trinity would enhance Streams with data processing hardware features for greater efficiency

Node.js exec director: Our project is transformational

Node.js exec director: Our project is transformational

Former Linux Foundation official Mark Hinkle moves over to organization shepherding server-side JavaScript platform

Stack Overflow: Like sleep? Don't code in C

Stack Overflow: Like sleep? Don't code in C

In analyzing its traffic, Stack Overflow found that C developers keep the latest hours, while C# is the language for early risers

CoffeeScript upgrade refocuses on JavaScript standards

CoffeeScript upgrade refocuses on JavaScript standards

But the new beta breaks compatibility with some version 1 features in providing ECMAScript 2015+ support

New AI language hides TensorFlow complexity

New AI language hides TensorFlow complexity

The Inkling programming language makes it easier to build artificial intelligence applications

Devops is a secret weapon -- perhaps too secret

Devops is a secret weapon -- perhaps too secret

A new survey finds devops brings plenty of benefits, but most companies still don't know what it is

The true impact of modular Java

The true impact of modular Java

Java 9's much anticipated modularity may have less effect on your coding practices than you think

New functional language champions type-driven development

New functional language champions type-driven development

For now, Idris is primarily a research tool as the compiler and runtime await improvement

Oracle’s Java-on-Java experiment picks up steam

Oracle’s Java-on-Java experiment picks up steam

In a recent presentation, Oracle detailed both progress and future plans for implementing Java on Java

Ugly Jenkins gets a friendly new UI

Ugly Jenkins gets a friendly new UI

The free open source Blue Ocean plugin helps agile teams track build, test, and development progress via a visual pipeline editor

8 great testing tools for mobile app developers

8 great testing tools for mobile app developers

Emerging tools and cloud-based services help you get your apps right across devices

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