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Mayor's Office, Mayor announces expansion of nationally recognized Code Louisville project

By Phil Miller and Margaret Brosko

Date Published: 4/3/2015

The innovative Code Louisville tech-training program, a focus of President Obama’s visit to Louisville Thursday, is being expanded to help even more people get training for higher-paying technology jobs, Mayor Greg Fischer announced today.

Fischer said the Learning House, a cloud based technology learning platform company headquartered in Louisville, has committed to bring an intensive coding “bootcamp” to Louisville later this year. The bootcamp will meet a growing demand from people who want full-time, concentrated IT skill development. The bootcamp will be based on the successful model enacted at Concordia University in Saint Paul, Minnesota and will help students turn hands-on skills into college credit.

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