Tom Clarke

Head of Development

Tom has a little-known talent that he uses to relax in his downtime; he’s really enjoys cooking! Always up for trying something new, Tom loves experimenting with new recipes and thoroughly enjoys baking with his wife.
Tom’s knowledge is backed by 10 years’ experience in the tech industry, working with companies specialising in everything from Digital Signage and software development, through to B2B agencies working on projects of all sizes for companies such and KPMG, Brocade, Lenovo and Intuit.

He has a real passion for learning, teaching and his goal is to inspire others. This drives him forward in his approach to leading Jerram’s development team. Finding new and innovative ways to push the boundaries of modern web development and get his hands dirty with process and DevOps.

When Tom isn’t neck deep in code, he can be found down at the local skatepark satisfying his love of extreme sports, in particular, BMX, or spending time watching films, eating sushi and cooking.


This week I am celebrating two years at Jerram...and I really do mean celebrating. From a development point of view, Jerram has offered me the opportunities to experiment, learn new technologies and push the boundaries of what systems like WordPress can do and how they can impact clients. Jerram's daily approach to tasks and my colleagues that help me tackle these projects make it a pleasure to work here ?

Thu, May 16, 2019
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This week I have been continuing my investigations for MFA using Firebase, and how this will work across React, React Native and GraphQL.

Fri, March 1, 2019
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Investigating user multi-factor authentication in both Firebase and Cognito

Thu, February 21, 2019
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Today I have been looking into Contentful and GraphQL and looking into to stitching schemas together

Mon, February 18, 2019
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Today I completed the migration of a GraphQL middleware setup in our project and successfully got this working on our "Platform as a service Provider". For obvious reasons I won't say what this is, but if you are interesting in discussing with us our approach or have a project you would like support with get in touch in the chat window at the bottom.

Thu, January 17, 2019
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I met with one of our clients new DevOps team and discussed the new infrastructure they are putting place. Containerisation here we come! I have also continued the migration of the oAuth system from a REST API to a GraphQL setup.

Fri, January 11, 2019
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I have been working on an oAuth 2.0 registration system and connecting this to GraphQL and an Apollo Client React front end.

Tue, January 8, 2019
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I implemented the first stage of Redux into the front end login system of a React project.

Fri, December 21, 2018

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