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Irish Code Institute offers free software development courses to refugees

Monday 9 July 2018 | 11:47 CET | News
Ireland's Code Institute has partnered with IT recruitment services company Zartis to launch a new initiative to up-skill refugees in Ireland's technology sector.

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