PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Sébastien Lardière: My name is Sébastien Lardière, and I am from France, near the city of Clisson. The place is best known for the Hell Fest, a big metal festival, even if there are a lot of other things to do and see; and drink.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with David Christensen: I grew up in Kansas and live here with my wife, kids, and an indeterminate number of pets and foster animals in Lawrence, KS. I’m in a fairly small boat of people in the community who get to work with their spouse. My wife, Elizabeth Christensen, and I both work at Crunchy Data as a resident Postgres Power Couple™.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Katharine Saar: Hi, I’m Katharine Saar (formerly Atwood). I was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. I now live up in the foothills of the Sierras with my dog Lexie, my cats Waffles and Evinrude, and occasionally my daughter Quinn.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Chris Ellis: So, I’m Chris, I grew up near Wolverhampton on the Shropshire border, not too far from The Iron Bridge. These days I have been living in London for the last few years, running a software consulting company along with some friends.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Chris Travers: I guess the best way to answer this is to say I am from the US. I moved around a lot as a kid – California, Michigan, Utah, Washington State. In 2010, I moved abroad, and have not moved back. Since then I have lived in Indonesia, Sweden, and Germany. I am now living in Indonesia again.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Vincent Picavet: My name is Vincent Picavet. Originally an applied maths engineer, I created and run Oslandia since 2009, focusing on Open Source Geographical Information Systems 🌍, namely QGIS, PostGIS. I live in France in the Drôme valley, work remote since 2009, and speak French, English, Spanish and German. My favorite projection is an octant projection with Reuleaux triangles.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Samay Sharma: I’m Samay Sharma and I live in San Jose, USA with my wife and my toddler girl. I was born in India and did my university education from IIIT-Hyderabad, India. Today, I work at Microsoft and manage our open source Postgres team. It’s a great opportunity for me to work with PostgreSQL and learn from the knowledge and expertise of different committers and contributors.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Thom Brown: I was born and grew up in a town called Crawley, which is about half way between London and the south coast of England, and it’s probably best known for the band The Cure, or the comedian Romesh Ranganathan.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Frits Hoogland: My name is Frits Hoogland, I am born, raised and living in Lutjebroek, which is a tiny village in the Netherlands (of which most people don’t know it actually exists). I am married to Suzanne and have a son named Jason.