PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Joseph Sciarrino: I’m the co-founder and CEO of Hydra - the open source data warehouse that’s built on Postgres. I grew up in Connecticut, but have spent my adult life all across the US; North Carolina, Utah, Virginia, New York, and at long last, California. I live by Duboce park in San Francisco which is great for our tiny dog, Titus.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Peter Smith: My name is Peter Smith. Originally from New Zealand, I now live and work from home on the NSW Central Coast, just north of Sydney Australia. My employer is Fujitsu Australia Software Technology (FAST), and for the last couple of years I have been a member of Fujitsu’s PostgreSQL open-source team.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Karen Jex: I’m originally from the North West of England and I lived in various different parts of the country before settling in the South East, commuting to London from Essex for the first few years of my working life as a DBA. I’ve spent my whole career working with databases, and I’m currently a Solutions Architect with Crunchy Data. My husband and I moved to a small village in the French Alps 17+ years ago because of our love of mountain biking (Essex isn’t exactly well-known for its mountains). Our two kids, who are now teenagers, were both born here and say they feel more French than British. The eldest is also a mountain biker and is, of course, much better at it than we are!
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Christoph Berg: In Debian, I’ve been working on Quality Assurance, in the New Members team, on various random packages, and lastly of course on the PostgreSQL packages. At work, I’m a senior consultant with credativ’s PostgreSQL team. I’m a PostgreSQL Major Contributor, working on packaging apt.postgresql.org for Debian and Ubuntu.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Cédric Duprez: I am Cédric Duprez and I live near Montargis, in the center of France. I work as a database expert in the National Institute of Geographic and Forest Information (IGN), which is the reference public operator for geographic and forest information in France.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Jeevan Ladhe: My name is Jeevan Ladhe. I live in Maharashtra state of India, in Pune city. I stay here with my mother, wife and son. My older brother and his family, who are dearer to us, stay in the same state in the city well known as Mumbai.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Douglas Hunley: My name is Douglas Hunley, and I live outside Columbus, OH (USA). I’m a former Oracle Jr DBA turned Unix Sys Admin, turned EDI Administrator, turned Linux Sys Admin, turned PostgreSQL DBA who is now focused on PostgreSQL security and Ansible automation of highly-available PostgreSQL.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Tobias Bussmann: Grown up in a midsized wine-town in Germany, I started working in (Windows) System Administration during school. In doing so, I had come in touch with Programming and Databases. Still at University, I started my own business in data driven marketing and ran it for almost ten years. Today, another ten years later, I’m living in Bern, Switzerland, working for the Swiss Academy of Sciences. Over the time, I became deeply involved in the PostgreSQL community. Further, I’m supporting privacy, open-source, open-data and civil society concerns as I’m overall a political person.