Adam Goldstein

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Adam Goldstein got his programming start in Kindergarten, when he first played around with Logo on an old Apple II. From there, he started GoldfishSoft, a shareware company that made games and utilities for Macs. Adam was a technical editor for O'Reilly's best-selling Mac OS X: The Missing Manual, and an editor for Mac OS X Panther Power User. He also wrote AppleScript: The Missing Manual in high school. He attended MIT, where he graduated with dual S.B. degrees in Electrical Engineering/Computer Science and Mechanical Engineering. He was also on the debate team, where he won the North American championship. The day after graduation in 2010, Adam co-founded Hipmunk, the service that takes the agony out of planning travel. He sold Hipmunk in 2017 to Concur.