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  • Three Cheers for Bmac

    Mike Pennisi - July 27th, 2018

    Friday, July 27 marked Brendan McLoughlin’s final day at Bocoup. Brendan (better known around the web as “bmac”) joined us way back in 2013, so there’s a lot to say about his contribution to our company. The most important thing to know about Brendan’s style (and probably the first thing you’d notice when working with […]

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  • Our Technical Partner Moseys On

    Mike Pennisi - December 11th, 2017

    Back in 2012, on a day that is now ensconced in company lore, the IRC user tkellen joined the channel for the Bocoup-maintained F/OSS project, Grunt. The stranger immediately began to vent on all the shortcomings he saw in the task runner. This was our introduction to Tyler Kellen. We’re reflecting on that event today […]

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  • Lorin, Redrafted

    Mike Pennisi - December 1st, 2017

    Our pal Lorin Bond has headed out Californee Way to seek her fortune in her home state. She’s done a lot of good around these parts over the past few years, and we wanted to make sure everybody knows about it. From the get-go, we all knew we wanted to work with Lorin. For some, […]

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  • The Other Bob

    Mike Pennisi - October 13th, 2017

    Bob Holt was an easy hire. He had plenty of experience as a front-end developer. He was engaged in the Boston web development community, meaning he was no stranger to the Bocoup Loft. And beyond just wielding open source software, Bob maintained an offering of his own: Keel.js. He was doing us proud from the […]

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  • This One Outgrew Her Shell

    Mike Pennisi - October 1st, 2017

    Can you tell me what EBITDA stands for? No? Okay, well, how many varieties of sea slugs can you name? None?! Clearly, you have never worked with Jasmin Jata. She taught us all this and more over the past 3 years. Although Jasmin joined us with a good deal of experience under her belt, she […]

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  • Scorpion Gets Steppin’

    Mike Pennisi - September 15th, 2017

    Our pal Matt Surabian (a.k.a. “Scorpion”) has left Bocoup to pursue his interests in the Go programming language and technical operations. In light of this bittersweet news, we found ourselves reflecting on the time we’ve shared since he joined us. Matt’s been an excellent consultant. From a technical standpoint, he’s consistently demonstrated chops in web […]

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  • A Powellful Farewell

    Mike Pennisi - September 14th, 2017

    To the best of our knowledge, Laura Powell is the only person to lie to us while interviewing. She shared a tall tale about an unfortunate series of events during a wedding, and she challenged us to spot the fib. While deception was not a tool she would employ again, her knack for storytelling was […]

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  • Death Bear Starts a New Life

    Mike Pennisi - July 28th, 2017

    Sue Lockwood recently left Bocoup to start a new job at Splice. There’s a lot we’re going to miss about working with her, but I think it all boils down to passion. Sue pours her energy into everything she does, and everyone at Bocoup benefited from that. It’s fair to say that we all know […]

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  • Keep on inspiring us, Yannick!

    Mike Pennisi - July 28th, 2017

    Our pal Yannick has left Bocoup to pursue his interests in data visualization at Google. We’re excited to see what he does next, but we wanted to take a minute to reflect on all the great things we did together over the past four years. Yannick’s reputation precedes him; from the day he started, we […]

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  • Peter Changes Divisions

    Mike Pennisi - July 21st, 2017

    Peter Beshai has hung up his Bocoup jersey so that he can continue to challenge himself in the field of data visualization. We wanted to take a moment to talk about why Peter will always be a member of this team, wherever he plays Peter’s first order of business was creating an interactive experience for […]

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