One of the awesome things about being a Bocouper is being able to use a quarter of your time to explore and work on open source. Whether it’s just trying out new tools or regularly contributing to a large project, it’s a great way for us to improve and give back to the technologies we […]

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We are pleased to announce that Adam Hyland has joined the Bocoup team as a data visualization intern. Adam brings expertise in statistical software development and data modeling to Bocoup’s data visualization projects. Through his background as an economist and R programmer, Adam has a wealth of experience in data handling and visualization, as well […]

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Today, we’re saying goodbye to Rebecca Murphey. While we will miss her regular presence at Bocoup, we’re excited to continue working together on community projects as we have in the past. I met Rebecca four years ago when we were both green jQuery developers. I have learned so much from her over the years, and […]

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Our good friend, and my longtime collaborator, Pete Karl, is leaving Bocoup. Pete was employee number five at Bocoup and over the past two plus years we have learned so much from him. From his earliest days shipping KLOCs to clients, he immediately started molding Bocoup into a more efficient software company, eventually moving on […]

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We are excited to announce that Cassie Irwin has joined the Bocoup team this week. Cassie comes to us from a software company located in Chicago, IL where she oversaw new product development, performed QA, and coordinated engineer/management communication. Cassie has joined Bocoup to manage software projects, and work with our engineers to support a […]

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The Bocoup team includes some of the smartest, most talented people we know – which has enabled us to do mission-driven work with innovative companies and developers from small startups to Mozilla, Google, and Microsoft. Today, we share our last day with Tim Branyen and celebrate his contributions to Bocoup’s mission and culture. While at […]

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In case you missed it, Rick Waldron and I got together recently to talk about Johnny Five, a library that lets you control an Arduino using JavaScript. Rick showed off some of his Johnny Five creations — including a dancing robot — and I got to geek out a bit more about shift registers and […]

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We are excited to announce that Darius Kazemi has joined our team to focus full time on HTML5 game development and evangelism. Darius brings a career of experience building and analyzing internet games. We are committed to helping open web technology succeed at Bocoup, but to date, we have focused on building software for startups […]

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We are excited to announce that Isaac Durazo has joined Bocoup as the company’s first visual designer. Isaac will be developing and executing brands for the various Open Web technologies and conferences that we’ve been working on. At Bocoup, we know the impact that strong visual communication of concepts has on the viability of a […]

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Since I joined Bocoup just a few short weeks ago, I’ve been spending a whole lot of time talking to Jory Burson. She’s the training coordinator here, and she’s everything you’d want in a training coordinator at a place like Bocoup. Most of our conversations have been focused on something we can’t help but notice: […]

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