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The Courier-Journal, Shortage of programmers hampers Louisville's efforts to attract tech startups

By Matt Frassica

Date Published: 10/1/2012

Founded in 1999, health care information technology firm ZirMed Inc. has grown from a small startup to a company employing 302 people with salaries mostly between $80,000 and $110,000.

It’s the kind of development that Louisville officials would like to see more of — homegrown technology companies creating well-paying jobs.

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