Distinguished Engineer - Martin Bartlett
“Cloud adoption, Web-scale digital apps, as-a-service engagements, lean-agile competitors and an Internet-of-everything present established businesses with nothing less than an extinction threat. Those that quickly evolve will survive; those that cannot will perish. Rather a roach than a T-Rex be?” -- Martin Bartlett
Martin Bartlett is a principal in CSC’s insurance practice in the South and Western Europe region. Since joining CSC in 1988, Martin has played a central role in the architecture, design, development, implementation, deployment and support of some of CSC's most far-reaching strategic projects in the insurance domain. He is considered the chief technical architect of GraphTalk A.I.A. and is a strong advocate for cloud-deployed SaaS solutions and the API economy.
Over the last 15 years, Martin has been responsible for the inception, development and support of GtMonitor, a standards-based Java deployment wrapper for GraphTalk A.I.A. GtMonitor is installed at more than 60 customer sites worldwide and enables GraphTalk A.I.A. customers to easily exploit common integration strategies to connect with a wide range of enterprise services. GtMonitor makes GraphTalk A.I.A. more interoperable, scalable and manageable, helping transform GraphTalk A.I.A. into a strategic product for CSC.
Outside of CSC, Martin has been an active contributor in the public development domain. He is the creator of RSS Live Links, an RSS Reader browser extension for Google Chrome, as well as an early user interface for PERL. A stack engine Martin built for the heart of a calculator he created was adopted by the KDE desktop developers as the heart of their calculator, KCalc.