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WLKY32-TV, UofL Foundation converts nightclub into place to train computer programmers

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Date Published: 7/9/2015

PROJECT ECONOMY: The University of Louisville Foundation is converting a former nightclub into a place to train computer programmers. The foundation oversees the Nucleus property on East Market St.

Nucleus converted a portion of the building into classrooms. KentuckianaWorks is leasing some of the space for Code Louisville, the city's free, 12-week coding training program.

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