Charlotte Hutchinson | IBM

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Charlotte is a Technical Consultant working in the IBM professional services team specialising in API Connect. She is currently working with large clients assisting them in their journey of embracing the API economy and their shift towards a micro services based architecture in node.js.

Charlotte has gained IBM recognition from leaders in Loopback at IBM and been awarded Digital Badges for being a Loopback Advocate, Node.js community leader and understanding the importance of API Management concepts. Charlotte has also demonstrated advanced understanding of the LoopBack technology and is sharing that knowledge to grow the community through presentations.  Charlotte has a keen interest in Node.js and other Javascript based frameworks such as AngularJS and Ionic.

Whilst in work Charlotte has assisted many teams and clients worldwide through running workshops and events in these areas, offering valuable expertise and experience.  Most recently Charlotte presented at IBM Interconnect Conference in Las Vegas to over 150 people on tips and tricks on API Connect.

Charlotte has had 3 developer works articles published and coded numerous custom extensions for API Connect helping customers solve business problems:

Outside of work, Charlotte is a keen sports fan, often running marathons for Cancer charities, a charity close to her heart as a cancer survivor. Charlotte came to IBM with a first class degree in Computing from the University of Kent and lives in London.

Additionally Charlotte is working with technical leaders and executives at IBM on an annual conference for technical women and tackling gender diversity at grass routes.

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