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Sebastiaan Mannem

PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Sebastiaan Mannem: I was born in a city that is nowadays called Lelystad in the Netherlands. Lelystad was founded in 1967, and is built on reclaimed land, so a few years before that it was all water, and it still is approximately 3 metres (9.8 feet) below the sea level.
Tags:   postgresql    edb    ansible    postgresql_pg_hba    wal-g    oauth2    museum   
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Amit Kapila

PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Amit Kapila: I live in Bangalore, India. I have been working in databases for more than 20 years and with PostgreSQL for about 11 years. I have started my journey of PostgreSQL in Huawei, then moved to EDB and now working with Fujitsu. Prior to that, I have worked mostly with Oracle database.
Tags:   postgresql    databases    logical-replication    performance and scalability    parallel-query    hash-index   
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Emre Hasegeli

PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Emre Hasegeli: I was born and grew up in İzmir, Turkey, studied in İstanbul, lived and worked in Germany and in the UK for a while, and moved back to my hometown this year. I am currently working remotely for End Point, a US based software consultancy company which develops Bucardo.
Tags:   postgresql    consulting    endpoint    bucardo    turkey    izmir   
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Vibhor Kumar

PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Vibhor Kumar: I was born and raised in India. After finishing my master’s in Computer Application, I joined CMC Ltd, where I worked as a system integrator and helped three big insurance companies digitize their insurance process.
Tags:   postgresql    cloud architect    solution architect    microservices    performance    postgres advocate    databases    big data    data lake    open source    enterprise software   
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John Naylor

PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with John Naylor: I was born in Oklahoma, USA, but have been nomadic since 2017. During that time I’ve mostly lived in Southeast Asia, but in 2020-21 I lived in Barbados and now the Dominican Republic. The “thing that need not be named” slowed me down but didn’t stop me. I haven’t commuted to an office since 2011, and I’ve always had a fascination for foreign cultures, so it was natural that I’d end up doing this.
Tags:   postgresql    enterprisedb    nomad    committer   
Category:   Interviews