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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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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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Soumyadeep Chakraborty

PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Soumyadeep Chakraborty: My hometown is Kolkata, India and I have spent the majority of my life there, including 3 years in the tech industry. More recently I have been living in the United States: I lived in Long Island, NY for a year and a half. I have been living in San Jose, California for the past two years, working at VMware.
Tags:   postgresql    greenplum    vmware    jit    postgres    table am   
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David Rowley

PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with David Rowley: I’m David Rowley, I grew up in a small town in Scotland but I’ve been living on the South Island of New Zealand since 2012. I’m a PostgreSQL committer and I work for Microsoft. I’ve been working on PostgreSQL for about 8 years now, for 6 of those, it’s been my full time work.
Tags:   postgresql    new-zealand    microsoft    committer    performance   
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Tatsuro Yamada

PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Tatsuro Yamada: I was born in Hokkaido, a prefecture in the north part of Japan, and I live near Tokyo now. I work as an in-house database engineer at NTT Comware, providing technical support, product verification, and human resource education for PostgreSQL. And I’m contributing to the PostgreSQLcommunity by developing useful features for DBAs, and by reporting problems.
Tags:   postgresql    japan    pgconf.asia    pgcon    jazzsamba    oracle_fdw    pg_hint_plan    pg_plan_advsr    adaptive   
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