I’m a computer science major at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine.
I’m interested in how people interact with technology, and I want to make interfacing with the digital world simpler and more intuitive through the software I create.
At Bowdoin, I’m the digital director of the Bowdoin Orient, the weekly student-run newspaper. The website I created and the design work I’ve led helps thousands of people read articles written by our amazing journalists.
I’m also the captain of the Northern Bites, Bowdoin’s RoboCup Soccer team. Our autonomous soccer-playing robots came in ninth place in the RoboCup SPL World Cup in Leipzig, Germany in 2016.
In the summer of 2017, I worked with Okta as a software engineering intern on their mobile development team. I added Touch ID sign-on to Okta Mobile for iOS and carried out a major overhaul of the app’s networking framework.
I’d love to get in touch. Shoot me an email at jameslittle230 (it’s at gmail dot com). I’m also on various places on the internet: