I gave a talk at Tokyo Tech on June 2, 2015, entitled “Open Problems in Automatically Refactoring Legacy Java Software to use New Features in Java 8“. More information can be found on the Dept. of Mathematical and Computing Sciences website.
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Talk at Tokyo Tech
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