Bottle Rocket presents Planet SRAM, from the mind of 11-year-old Hunter Allis, who helped design, develop and create this mobile game. Play it today.
Rocket Science 2015, the mobile innovation lab and 24-hour hackathon from Bottle Rocket, revealed new thinking for mobile apps, virtual reality and more.
Rocketeer Adam Polansky, a co-founder of the Dallas conference, flew to Quito to help prepare and share his experience building a UX community
Discover more about Bottle Rocket's first ever QA Bootcamp.
Discover more about Bottle Rocket's fifth annual Rocket Science event.
Learn about CodeStream Studios' visit to Bottle Rocket Studios where they learned how to build apps like a Rocketeer.
We're in the age of digital health, so we thought it would be fitting to focus on healthcare for our first partner hackathon.
Chick-Fil-A is a Finalist in the 2015 Smarties Awards. Learn more about this award and the Chik-Fil-A app.
Rocketeers visited Heritage Elementary School to teach students about coding and how to mind map their ideas to promote STEAM education.
Calvin Carter, Bottle RocketÕs Founder and CEO, spoke at the University of North Texas about his inspiration behind his company. HereÕs a recap.
With all of the reveals and amazing new gear at Mobile World Congress, Calvin Carter gives a recap on what it all means and what we can expect this year.
Bottle Rocket is hosting 48 in 48; a not-for-profit organization builds 48 websites for 48 other non-profits in just 48 hours. Want to get involved? Find out more here.
Find out more about one of Bottle Rocket's many STEAM initiatives, including our latest one with Bill R. Johnson Career and Technology Center.
Find out more about our recognition in The Dallas Morning News.