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Vincit Joins the OpenJS Foundation as a Silver Member

By August 6, 2019Blog

Vincit, a 12-year-old global software development and design agency from Finland with US headquarters in Irvine, CA, has joined the OpenJS Foundation as a Silver Member.  Vincit builds custom web, mobile and embedded solutions for its customers, and is a heavy user of many OpenJS Foundation Projects including Node.js, webpack, Appium, WebdriverIO, Mocha, ESLint and more.

“Vincit values open source and the collaboration it brings, so it made perfect sense for us to join the OpenJS Foundation,” said Mikko Salokangas, Vincit’s Head of Development in California. “As a heavy user of open source, JavaScript, and the projects within the OpenJS Foundation, we are thrilled to be members and to add to the continued success of this thriving ecosystem by giving back as a member.”

Vincit is dedicated to providing a collaborative work environment that supports continuous learning among its highly motivated and engaged employees. This culture has led to their recognition by Inc. Magazine as a Best Workplace in America and previous title of Best Place to Work in Europe by Great Place to Work® Institute. 

Becoming a member is one of many ways Vincit has supported open source and the developers within the community and ecosystem. They also work with external developers to help connect the community through events and meetups, including its own Vincit Dev Talks and co-founded the non-profit Coded in OC in Orange County, CA. Creating an environment ripe for collaboration and connection is key to the success of open source. 

The OpenJS Foundation’s mission is to support the healthy growth of JavaScript and web technologies by providing a neutral organization to host and sustain projects, as well as collaboratively fund activities that benefit the ecosystem as a whole. The OpenJS Foundation warmly welcomes Vincit as their support and commitment helps the JavaScript community at large with resources required to be stewards of stable, secure, and long-lasting codebases.