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Michael Pumper

Michael Pumper

Mike Pumper started his career with Sogeti in 2011. Since then, his career has rapidly accelerated both internally within Sogeti and at his clients.Through working with clients, Mike has gained experience in a variety of topics at many levels of expertise. He started his career at Baxter Healthcare as a Java / Spring developer, working closely with the business to develop a portal application. Mike started at National Merit Scholarship Corporation late in 2011 as a technical lead and solution architect, overseeing a small team that created a critical internal Java / Spring application that is still in use by the business today.After the completion of the Java / Spring application, National Merit embarked on an ambitious modernization project utilizing Microsoft technologies, including C# and WCF. The project is done in service oriented architecture, which Mike is in charge of managing and designing. Mike also continues to act as the technical lead, mentoring and leading a team of on-shore and off-shore resources as the project progresses.Internally, Mike has been committed to contributing to Sogeti’s excellence in any way he can. Mike took charge of reforming the technical interviewing process in Chicago in 2013, which gave interviewers more tools to ensure that recruits meet the Sogeti standard of quality. Mike has also given talks and lectures for Sogeti consultants and his clients on a variety of topics, including JavaScript, MVC, MVP, and MVVM, dependency injection, design patterns, N-Tier architecture, service oriented architecture, and continuous integration.