James D. Stevens Jr.

James always enjoyed new technologies, specifically computer technologies, and had explored on his own designing small-scale computer games as he grew up. James then attended the University of Michigan College of Engineering where he obtained his Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Computer Science). There, James gained experience with a wide variety of computer science technologies, such as database management systems, cryptography, network security, application development, etc. Additionally, at the University of Michigan, James took many science courses as electives, such as advanced courses in Biology and Chemistry.

After graduation, James started to work for R.L. Polk & Co. (later acquired by I.H.S.), where he was a software engineer. At Polk, James practiced numerous aspects of his knowledge obtained in his undergraduate program. He developed servers for many different applications, such as a mobile application and numerous web-applications for use by major automotive OEMs. James also designed and implemented many interfaces for these applications as well, primarily focusing on integrating automotive data into maps, such as Google Maps. Additionally, James organized and maintained large databases that contained information to be used for the applications.

James currently attends the University of Detroit-Mercy Law School as a full-time student. He is a title editor of the school’s Law Review and expects to complete his J.D. in May 2017. James is also a student member of the Michigan Intellectual Property Inn of Court.

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