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Courier-Journal, City and partners promote programming skills

Code Louisville offers free computer programming training and jobs

Date Published: 7/11/2012

A fellowship program aimed at increasing the number of people working in computer-related fields, especially software programming, has been announced by Mayor Greg Fischer.

He also announced the formation of the new Code Louisville partnership that includes the city, Jefferson Community and Technical College, Greater Louisville Inc., and KentuckianaWorks, the agency that oversees use of federal job-training funds.

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