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Business
7:00 am
Wed March 19, 2014

Code Louisville Aims to Expand the Region's Available Tech Talent

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Aaron Wyatt wanted to learn how to develop computer software so fiercely that he almost went to San Francisco to spend $18,000 on a six-month program.  But then, a similar program was offered in Louisville.

"It kept me home," he said.

Plus, it was free and took nearly half the time.

Code Louisville is a cost-free initiative organized by KentuckianaWorks that aims to create a pool of capable workers who can code, program and develop computer systems. It's a bid to attract innovative technology companies to Louisville.

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Local News
11:24 am
Sat November 30, 2013

U of L Reconsiders Nucleus Innovation Park Master Plan Following I-65 Bridge Construction

Construction of a temporary surface parking lot is underway.

Construction of the new I-65 bridge has forced the University of Louisville to reconsider its master plan for the downtown Nucleus Innovation Park. Officials are now determining where buildings should be constructed with respect to the bridge’s placement.

In March, U of L expects to break ground on a parking garage somewhere on the block at East Market and Floyd streets. That's where will sit the innovation park that will serve more new businesses currently specializing in aging care.

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