PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Gunnar ‘Nick’ Bluth: I’m Gunnar (aka. “Nick”) Bluth, born in ‘73, married with two grown-up kids. I grew up in Münster/Westfalen in Germany, where I repatriated to in 2016 after living near Frankfurt/M. for 13 years. So I’ll probably also rot here ;-)
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Amit Langote: Originally from India, I now live in Tokyo, Japan and have for the last few years. I am married and have a toddler daughter. I joined EDB earlier this year and before that I worked at NTT OSS Center since arriving in Tokyo. I have mostly worked on PostgreSQL in my professional life and most of it with the folks of the open source community developing it.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Jan Karremans: I was born in a very small village in the south of the Netherlands. From there I ended up, through a short time of living in Germany, at the German Border in the Middle East of The Netherlands.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Anastasia Lubennikova: Hi, I am Anastasia, and I live in Moscow, Russia. I am a core developer working at Postgres Professional and all my career so far was devoted to the PostgreSQL project. In my spare time I like reading science fiction, jogging on the embankments of the Moscow river and practicing yoga. Sometimes I sign up to do something that excites and scares me at the same time, and it usually turns out to be an amazing adventure.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Guillaume Lelarge: My name is Guillaume Lelarge. I live in Lille, France. I’m working at Dalibo, a french PostgreSQL company.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Julien Riou: My name is Julien Riou. I currently work at OVHcloud, a major Cloud Computing provider in Europe. As a student, I discovered GNU/Linux. I started my career as a system administrator, then I became an open-source database specialist. I live in Belgium, a small country with cold and wet Winters but also with warm welcoming people.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Takayuki Tsunakawa: I’m a Japanese man who was born and lives in Japan, near Tokyo. I am visually impaired by nature, and I have only enough eyesight to feel the light now. But I had somewhat better vision when I was a child, and enjoyed playing video games with friends or alone. I can’t see the screen, so I use screen reader software that reads characters by synthesized voice.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with David E. Wheeler: I’m a long-time open-source hacker in his early fifties. I’ve lived and worked in San Francisco, Portland OR, and now New York City.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Hubert Lubaczewski: I’m Hubert Lubaczewski, but I try to be better known as “depesz” (lower case). I’m 40+ years old with an undying fascination of tech. My personal hobbies (PostgreSQL + Perl + Linux) allowed me to translate to remote work years ago, and have since been loving living in a forest/wooded area. Geographically, I live close to Warsaw, the capital of Poland.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Alexander Sosna: I am from the north west of Germany near the border to the Netherlands and Belgium. My wife, my children and I live in beautiful Nettetal, the lake town on the Lower Rhine.