It was more than two years ago now that I first published jQuery Fundamentals, a free online jQuery learning resource. Since then, the site has seen hundreds of thousands of visits — if you’ve learned jQuery in the last two years, chances are decent that you’ve landed on the page at least once or twice. […]

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Bocoup has put down roots in communities across the globe. We’ve traveled to Turkey, Brazil, England, France, Canada, Germany and the Netherlands to work with developers the world over. It’s exciting to see that our mission to move the Open Web forward is shared internationally, and we’re eager to continue working with these communities through […]

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Building a back-end API layer introduces a whole new layer of coordination between server and client code. While there are many aspects to this delicate dance of communication, one key ingredient to minimizing back-and-forth-confusion-about what-call-does-what, is consistently communicating about your API endpoints. This is by no means rocket science, but over time I’ve created a […]

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It seems that just about every time we talk about the trainings we do at the Bocoup Loft in Boston, people ask us whether we will ever do trainings in other cities. While we’ve done a handful of trainings in conjunction with conferences such as TXJS and the jQuery Conference, today we’re excited to announce […]

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The things we’re asking JavaScript to do are getting more and more complex by the day, and that means that manual testing — the good old “click around and make sure nothing’s broken” — is becoming less and less effective. If you’ve run into this in your work, you probably know that you ought to […]

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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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We’re excited to announce our sponsorship of TXJS 2012! TXJS’s community-driven approach and commitment to quality content aligns perfectly with Bocoup’s mission to move the Open Web forward through education, community development, and consulting. We’re proud to partner with TXJS to promote these initiatives and give back to our community. Bocoup will also host a […]

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A few weeks ago we announced our first Introduction to HTML5 Game Development training. We’re now happy to announce two more training dates: Monday, June 18 in Montreal, and Saturday, July 21 in Boston. The Montreal class will be held at CRIM for $295 Canadian, with a $140 rebate after the class if you work […]

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HTML5 game development is a hot topic — we’re keenly aware of this at Bocoup, given our sold-out New Game Conference last year and our standing-room-only HTML5 Tutorial Day at the Game Developers Conference earlier this month. As such, we’re pleased to offer our Introduction to HTML5 Game Development training to the general public for […]

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Good news, everyone – Bocoup is bringing training classes to Washington DC! We’re pleased to announce two new trainings in the Washington, DC area with the one-and-only Richard Worth. Richard will be delivering his popular HTML5 for Programmers course April 18-20 and Comprehensive jQuery May 9-11 at the Dulles, Virginia AOL Campus. Both courses are […]

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