PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Greg Sabino Mullane: My name is Greg Sabino Mullane, and I live in Pennsylvania (USA). I have been working remotely a long time - since before it became necessary this year - as a programmer and a DBA (database administrator).
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Thomas Munro: I’m from New Zealand, and I live in Wellington, the tiny capital city. I’m a PostgreSQL developer and committer, and I’m employed by Microsoft to do that as part of the Citus Data group.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Dan Langille: I am Canadian. Born in Nova Scotia and attended high school and university in Ottawa. I moved to New Zealand shortly after graduation. After 16 years in Wellington, NZ, where I got into Open Souce via FreeBSD, I moved back to Ottawa. I lived there for 6 years, then moved to USA. I now live in a small town outside Philadelphia.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Anthony Nowocien: Hi, I’m Anthony Nowocien. My name comes from my Polish side and some of my looks from my Trinidadian side. I live and work in Paris as a PostgreSQL DBA.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Andreas Kretschmer: I was born in Meißen, Saxony, Germany, Planet Earth. I’m married and we have 3 wonderful daughters.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Regina Obe: I live in Boston, Massachusetts (USA). I was born in Lagos, Nigeria in 1971 and spent the first 7 years of my life there. My father is Nigerian and mother is American. I moved to the US at age of 7ish when my mother started her medical residency. I think I’m still considered a dual citizen though I haven’t been back to Nigeria since.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Marco Slot: I’m originally from a small city by the sea called Den Helder in the Netherlands, but nowadays I live in Haarlem with my wife and cat by a tiny canal.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Renee Phillips: I am a hand knitter and a competent home cook. Living in NYC means I don’t have a lot of storage so I make a lot of socks because they take up time and not much space. I have been looking into and complaining about data quality for a few decades now, so PostgreSQL is the perfect tool for me to use every day.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Charles Clavadetscher: I am a Swiss citizen living and working in Zurich at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) where I take care of the databases of the Swiss Economic Institute (KOF).
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Michael Brewer: I live in Athens, Georgia (USA), the city where I was born (and have lived in or near most of my life). I’m a Web Developer Principal for the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences at The University of Georgia, my alma mater. I also play bass trombone in the Athens Symphony, am principal conductor of the Classic City Band (Georgia’s oldest continuously-operating community band), Director of Music at Emmanuel Episcopal Church, music director of the Athens Brass Choir, and also conduct a new local opera company, RespirOpera.