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.

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Pivotal, Google team up for Kubernetes cloud management

Pivotal, Google team up for Kubernetes cloud management

Project Kubo provides release engineering for the container management platform

Google machine learning gains Kaggle and more

Google machine learning gains Kaggle and more

Google is adding Kaggle and new APIs, as well as releasing new machine learning tools

Q&A: Oracle's future lies in cloud, APIs, and microservices

Q&A: Oracle's future lies in cloud, APIs, and microservices

In addition to its Java work, the company is moving forward with cloud deployments, but will keep accommodating behind-the-firewall installations

Oracle preps developers for Java 9 upgrade

Oracle preps developers for Java 9 upgrade

Oracle has released a guide to help developers move from Java 8 to Java 9

Microsoft plugs continuous delivery into Visual Studio, Azure

Microsoft plugs continuous delivery into Visual Studio, Azure

The Continuous Delivery Tools for Visual Studio extension sets up an automated build, test, and release pipeline

Open source users: It’s time for extreme vetting

Open source users: It’s time for extreme vetting

Cybersecurity strategist at Red Hat focuses on vetting and open source as part of the supply chain

GitLab database goes out after spam attack

GitLab database goes out after spam attack

Approximately six hours of data, including issues, merge requests, users, comments, and snippets, will be lost as GitLab restores from a backup

Google open-sources Chrome browser for iOS

Google open-sources Chrome browser for iOS

Complications involving the required tie-in to Apple’s WebKit engine had prevented the move in the past

Microsoft: Upgrade .Net for better garbage collection

Microsoft: Upgrade .Net for better garbage collection

Microsoft urges developers to switch to .Net Framework 4.6.2, which was released last summer

Why Google’s Sergey Brin changed his tune on AI

Why Google’s Sergey Brin changed his tune on AI

Google's co-founder admits he didn't pay attention to AI in the 1990s because he didn't think it would work, but has since reconsidered

Want to be a software developer? Time to learn AI and data science

Want to be a software developer? Time to learn AI and data science

Data science skills will become more important for coding as software is 'trained' via AI

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