Adam Nathan Joins Non-Pro Tools Team


 

We have our first developer. Adam Nathan has joined us. If that name sounds familiar, it’s because he’s the soul behind Pinvoke.net, a community site dedicated to getting good coverage of .NET’s Pinvoke functionality (which he largely wrote). I knew Adam was the right guy when, on the weekend between leaving his former team and joining the NPT team, he wrote a prototype IDE based on a casual conversation we had. Basically, I said something offhand and about three days later he had it running, “Just to see if I could do it.”

We’ve been building on it ever since.

Comments (3)

  1. Chris Treadaway, the Express business manager joins the blogosphere. Actually Chris has been blogging…

  2. orcmid says:

    I’m a touch jealous that you’re having all this fun without me [;<).  But Adam is a cool find (right under your nose, I see).  Thanks for the link, I’ve been devouring his blog pages.

    Meanwhile, I really wish it was Enthusiast rather than Non-Professional.  The second tries to carve up the world into two disjoint sets, but enthusiasts can occur in either group (just like journalists can also be bloggers, etc.).  

  3. orcmid says:

    I’m a touch jealous that you’re having all this fun without me [;<).  But Adam is a cool find (right under your nose, I see).  Thanks for the link, I’ve been devouring his blog pages.

    Meanwhile, I really wish it was Enthusiast rather than Non-Professional.  The second tries to carve up the world into two disjoint sets, but enthusiasts can occur in either group (just like journalists can also be bloggers, etc.).  

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