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Mayor's Office, Code Louisville Encourages Interest in Computer Programming Careers

New city effort seeks interested candidates, employer sponsors

Date Published: 7/11/2012

Citing a shortage of software programming workers in Louisville, Mayor Greg Fischer today announced a fellowship program aimed at increasing the number of people working in those careers.

“Coding and programming knowledge is essential to maintaining and developing our city’s economy,” Fischer said. “It is important that we encourage students and employers to invest in these careers. Metro Government and our partners are glad to help connect potential coding students with future employers.”

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