Open Web Community Development.

Projects and events by programmers, for programmers.

Open Device Lab

As part of our dedication to the Open Web, we want to make sure we’re building a web that’s available to everyone — regardless of the devices, browsers, or connections they’ve used to access it. For that reason, we’re making our test lab available to the entire community, free of charge.

Visit the Open Device Lab

Conferences

OpenVis Conf

April 6 & 7, 2015 Boston, MA

The Open Web data visualization conference. openvisconf.com

NewGame Conf

2015 Location TBA

The conference for Open Web game developers. newgameconf.com

Roost

2015 Location TBA

Bocoup's Open Web training conference. roost.bocoup.com

Code of Conduct

All delegates, speakers, sponsors, attendees and volunteers at any Bocoup event are required to adhere to our code of conduct.

Recent Presentations

Growing Up WordPress

Jenn Schiffer

WordCamp SF

Oct 25, 2014

Write the Right Tests

Mike Pennisi

Boston JavaScript Meetup

Aug 07, 2014

How to Train Your Programmer

Ashley G. Williams

Boston JavaScript Meetup

Aug 07, 2014

All presentations

Open Source Projects

Grunt

Grunt came out of Bocoup’s ongoing workflow development, and we continue to run the project.

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jQuery

We have long been contributing to the jQuery project. Today there are 7 contributors and 4 core team members at Bocoup triaging and patching bugs and working on docs and infrastructure.

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Angular

We’ve been building web applications with Angular for the past year, made core contributions to the project, written a lot of documentation for the framework, and done brand development for the project.

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Ember

We’ve been building web applications with Ember internally and for customers. Through that work we’ve written a lot of documentation for the project, and made some core contributions.

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D3

We’ve built code organization tools in the Miso project, written documentation, and designed the logo for the project.

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FFOS

We’ve implemented numerous modules for FFOS, including the clock, SMS, MMS and keyboard along with authoring documentation and implementing several infrastructure tools for code sharing and testing.

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Backbone.js

We are actively contributing to Backbone.js, with a focus on patching, bug fixing, community support, releasing plugins & boilerplates, and evangelizing best practices.

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The Miso Project

Miso grew out of our ongoing data visualization work, and we continue to run the project.

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Johnny-Five

Johnny-Five grew out of our team’s interest in controlling hardware with JavaScript and was created during open source time at Bocoup.

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Popcorn.js

We designed and implemented the API for what is now Popcorn.js, the HTML5 video framework and are actively working on the project. Read our blog post on popcorn.

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CouchDB

We’ve been building software and systems with Apache CouchDB, and it’s commercial forks over the years. We have also contributed documentation to the project, and are now working on new couch admin tools.

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Node.js

Bocoup is an active member of the Node.js community, releasing numerous open source modules.

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Gulp

We are actively contributing to Gulp.js, including improvements to its shared dependencies with Grunt: Liftoff.

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The Loft

If you're in Boston and you care about the open web, you should stop by the Bocoup Loft, the community events and coworking space for Open Web technology where Bocoup is headquartered.

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