Adam Nathan

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Adam Nathan at an event in 2011.

Adam Nathan is a technical author/speaker, and currently works as a software architect at Google. Adam was the core architect of Microsoft Popfly.[1] He has been involved with .NET technologies from the beginning, and has written a 1,600-page book on .NET/COM Interoperability. He also created the PINVOKE.NET wiki, which helps .NET developers use unmanaged APIs.


  • Windows 8 Apps with XAML and C# Unleashed
  • 101 Windows Phone 7 Apps: Volume 1: Developing Apps 1-50
  • 101 Windows Phone 7 Apps: Volume 2: Developing Apps 51-101
  • WPF 4 Unleashed
  • Silverlight 1.0 Unleashed
  • WPF Unleashed
  • .NET and COM: The Complete Interoperability Guide
  • ASP.NET: Tips, Tutorials, and Code
  • XAML Unleashed


  • Safari Books Online - Author Interview with Adam Nathan
  • Interview from Canadian Information Processing Society (CIPS)
  • Adam Nathan - Light up an app with WPF (on Channel 9)
  • Adam Nathan and John Montgomery: Popfly - Now Open to the General Public and New Features Announced (on Channel 9)
  • Adam Nathan: and Suzanne Hansen: First Look at Popfly Game Creator Alpha (on Channel 9)


  1. ^ October 8th Links: ASP.NET, ASP.NET AJAX, Silverlight, and .NET - ScottGu's Blog

External links

  • Adam Nathan's new weblog
  • Adam Nathan's old weblog

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