One of the best things about working at Bocoup has been the fabulous lineups of speakers we’ve had over the past year and the top-notch development squads who show up month-after-month to learn/lobby/scheme over querying, scripting, and visualizing the future. Our event crowds have (more often than we’ve even expected) been so large that we’ve […]

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I am excited to announce that we are moving the Bocoup Loft to a new loft space in the Fort Point section of South Boston. The new location is conveniently located on the 3rd floor of 355 Congress Street, just above Lucky’s Lounge at the corner of Congress and A Street, a short walk from […]

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I am very proud to announce that Popcorn.js hit 0.2 today. The Popcorn.js team has been working hard to deliver a stable, documented and unit tested JavaScript toolbelt for working with HTML5 <video>. Popcorn.js 0.2 rethinks Popcorn.js 0.1 as an event system for HTML5 <video> with an API, a plugin system, and strong adherence to […]

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Today, Newsweek.com launched its brand new Career Tree Visualization tool (link now defunct, but check out this demo visualization of Barack Obama’s career), which was developed at Bocoup. Career Tree is a vector based RaphaelJS/Burst visualization of your career – you can activate it by connecting with your LinkedIn account or by filling out a […]

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We are very excited to welcome Adam J. Sontag to Bocoup. Adam is a member of the jQuery UI team, and a co-host of the yayQuery Podcast. Adam is also a prolific community support leader in the jQuery forums and in #jquery on freenode. Adam joins us from his family’s financial software business, and brings […]

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We are very excited to welcome Tim Branyen to Bocoup. Tim has been active in the jQuery community, for some time now, contributing interaction enhancements to api.jquery.com, and spending time with the rest of us in #jquery on IRC. Tim has delivered high caliber work for clients such as monster.com, Trump Networks, and Liberty Mutual. […]

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For those of you curious about what can be created or where to use the new JavaScript EventSource API (also known as “Server Sent Events” ) – I’ve developed a very basic chat application that uses jQuery.EventSource.js to provide a simple API to native EventSource where available (and a fallback when not) and Twitter @anywhere […]

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Here we are, in the 11th Hour of submission for the 10K Event Apart contest. I just submitted my application, which weighs in at a grand total of 3991 Bytes… or it did, but after I submitted it I was still able to shave off a few more bytes, for a final total of 3676Bytes […]

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We are very excited to welcome “Cowboy” Ben Alman to the Bocoup team. Ben has nasty JavaScript skills and is a prolific jQuery Plugin developer, with over 30 plugins and a handful of jQuery core contributions under his belt. Ben’s extensive writings and documentation over at benalman.com are impressive to say the least. He has […]

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We are excited to welcome Pete Karl to the Bocoup team. Pete is a great programmer, and brings with him to Bocoup strong experience in systems architecture and a general hackerism that we value here. Pete’s awesome work at Lion Burger shows an enthusiasm and talent for developing and launching great products, and a strong […]

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