Today we launched Build New Games on the main stage at JSConf with our friends from the Microsoft IE Team. Build New Games is a new resource for developers who want to build and release cross browser and cross device Open Web games. Over the next several months, we will be working with the throngs […]

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I’ve been working on a new open-source project lately. To be honest, I’ve been so busy coding that I haven’t had time to write about it, but since everyone at Bocoup got together the other day and told me I had to write a blog post—apparently they’re pretty excited—I’d like to introduce grunt. What is […]

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We are excited to announce that Rebecca Murphey will be joining Bocoup’s consulting team in May. Rebecca’s commitment to the Open Web is very aligned with Bocoup’s mission, and she’s been a great collaborator over the years. Rebecca’s roles as a host on YayQuery, creator of TXJS, and author of the jQuery Fundamentals book are […]

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This morning, at the 2012 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Facebook CTO Bret Taylor announced Ringmark, the mobile web test suite that we’ve been working on with Facebook. At Bocoup, our mission is to further the evolution of the Open Web. That’s why we’ve gotten behind Ringmark with our JavaScript expertise. Ringmark comprehensively tests the […]

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We are excited to announce that Bocoup is curating a series of technical articles, demonstrations, guides, and tutorials that apply open web tech to game development. In the spirit of sites like (24ways.org and HTML5Rocks.com, we are looking for experienced JavaScript/HTML5 programmers to write about building games using open web technologies. The site will launch […]

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We are excited to announce that Jory Burson has joined our team to lead Bocoup’s training efforts. Armed with the twin powers of mass communication & Oklahoma charm, she’ll bring organization and inspiration to this budding community. During the past 7 years, Jory has held roles in live broadcast communications (television and radio), as an […]

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Over the past year Bocoup has worked on several production applications that utilize the MVC library Backbone.js. We’ve worked hard to give back to the community through informative blog posts, core contributions, support & evangelism through various mediums such as meetups, IRC and Twitter. Over the course of the past year, we created small boilerplates […]

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We are excited to announce the Bocoup Gamelab, a new partnership between Bocoup and Atlas Venture to fund new open web games companies. At Bocoup, we feel that the success of HTML5 and the Open Web Platform hinges on crossing over to consumer technology. Our work on Popcorn.js has contributed to this end with consumer […]

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We are excited to welcome Greg Smith to the Bocoup team. Greg brings with him a wealth of experience in web development and software R&D which he is now bringing to the open web. He’re currently developing a Kickstarter-funded large-scale HTML5 RPG, and likes to build & release small tools like http://jsregex.com. He’s interested in games, game […]

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We are happy to announce that Dan Heberden will be joining the Bocoup team to work on JavaScript development, training, and contributing to open software. Dan comes to Bocoup from his own consulting business to strengthen our powerhouse team of JavaScript programmers. Most recently, Dan’s spoken at the Bay Area jQuery Conference, and Amazon’s Developer Days […]

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