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Insider Louisville, This former nightclub is set to become a coding hub

By Stephen George

Date Published: 7/8/2015

The former Icebreakers nightclub at the corner of Market and Floyd streets downtown is the new home of Code Louisville and the Software Guild.

In another sign of the increasing presence of training programs designed to get local workers quickly up to speed on computer coding and related fields, the University of Louisville Foundation’s Nucleus center will provide the space for KentuckianaWorks, which operates the 12-week Code Louisville training program, and The Learning House, which acquired the Software Guild — a bootcamp program for aspiring coders — earlier this year. Code Louisville already has begun classes in the new space, while the Software Guild is expected to start in the fall.

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