Hidehiko Masuhara from the Tokyo Institute of Technology in Japan visited CUNY Hunter College on November 20, 2019, and CUNY Graduate Center on November 21, 2019. He gave a talk on his recent research on bringing live programming to professional software development. Welcome, Hidehiko!
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Hidehiko Masuhara visits CUNY
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