PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Takamichi Osumi: My name is Takamichi Osumi. I’m a Japanese born and raised in Tokyo. Currently, I live in the Shizuoka prefecture where I can enjoy an easier access to the relaxing nature. I have worked in the Fujitsu open-source team for the last couple of years and got involved in some PostgreSQL projects.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Luca Ferrari: I live in Italy, with my beautiful wife Emanuela, my great son Diego, our female cats, Sofia and Olivia, and our female dog Franzina. We live near the city of Modena, the land of sports cars like Ferrari and Maserati, and also the center of very good food and wine.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Jim Chanco Jr: My name is Jim Chanco Jr, I’m 35 years old, and I’m a father of 2 (Malachi 13, Isabelle 3). I live in Clayton, North Carolina, but I’m originally from Charleston, South Carolina.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Miroslav Šedivý: My name is Miroslav Šedivý, but most people call me Miro, which allows them to avoid typing some letters they do not have on their keyboard. I was born in Czechoslovakia (yes, I am over 30 now), studied computer sciences in France and Germany, and now I am living in Austria.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Tushar Ahuja: My name is Tushar Ahuja, I am from India. My father was a retired Indian army officer, unfortunately, he passed away in 2008 due to cancer. My mother is a homeworker, My brother is a businessman. We are very fortunate that we are living with her.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Aleš Zelený: My name is Aleš Zelený, I live in the Czech Republic in a small village close to Prague. My current job position is PostgreSQL DBA & DevOps in the Betsys company - sports betting information system provider. I’m a member of the Czech and Slovak PostgreSQL Users Group, CSPUG.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Oleksandr Shulgin: My name is Oleksandr. It is the same as “Alexander”, but in the Ukrainian spelling, so you’re right if you guessed that I originally come from Ukraine.