PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Hécate: My name is Hécate, I am 28 years old and from the Parisian suburbs of Seine-Saint-Denis. I work as a backend Haskell developer. I’m also a musician, and have been for twenty years now, so music is a big part of my life. I use they/them pronouns and farcical amounts of caffeine to retain human form.
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 Wilfried Roset: I’m originally from Paris area in France and I live now in Bordeaux with my wife and my 2 years old son. I’m more a SRE responsible for databases from an infrastructure perspective. I love the new term associated with this role DBRE: Databases Reliability Engineer.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Étienne Bersac: My name is Étienne BERSAC, I’m a 37 years old French man living in a small village of Périgord, France. I’m married and raising 3 young children.
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 Laura Ricci: I was born into an Italian family who had emigrated to France. I studied literature and foreign languages before I started working several different jobs. Then I went abroad in order to work for two non-profit organizations as a volunteer.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Philippe Beaudoin: I live in France, more precisely in Rouen, in the Normandy. I’m working at Dalibo for about 6 years. In my previous job at Bull, I have had the great opportunity to manage the migration to PostgreSQL for a large customer in France: CNAF. That was 14 years ago.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Flavio Gurgel: Hello, I’m Flavio Gurgel. I was born in Brazil, since 2014 I live in France, in the greater Paris area known as Île de France. I’m a Lead Infrastructure Engineer for leboncoin, a classified ads company group in France.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Jean-Christophe Arnu: Hi, I’m Jean-Christophe. I live in the south of France, near Toulouse. As far as I can remember, I have always been interested in computer science and programming. I moved a lot when I was a child but I settled in the Toulouse area when I started university. I am the father of 3 children, which is my first full time job, my second being a PostgreSQL database consultant in a PostgreSQL and Cloud dedicated company (we all are remote workers): LOXODATA.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Carole Arnaud: I was born in Nantes (~300k inhabitants, western France) 44 years ago already. I am the eldest of 3 siblings. I used to be a shy child and teenager: actually, I was more comfortable studying than socializing. Fortunately it’s much better now :-)
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Stéphane Schildknecht: I live in a small town in the East of France. After graduating in Computational Chemistry, I jumped into consulting at the beginning of the century. I was already convinced by OpenSource. I had the opportunity to discover MySQL and PostgreSQL at that time. I worked on a big PostgreSQL project, and understood PostgreSQL will be a big game changer in the database industry.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Damien Clochard: I’m Damien Clochard, I live in France and I’m the president of PostgreSQLFr, the French Speaking PostgreSQL association. I’m also one of the founder of Dalibo, a French PostgreSQL company and one the sysadmins behind the www.postgresql.fr platform.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Anthony Nowocien: Hi, I’m Anthony Nowocien. My name comes from my Polish side and some of my looks from my Trinidadian side. I live and work in Paris as a PostgreSQL DBA.
PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Lætitia Avrot: I’m Lætitia from France, near Lyon. If you can’t say my name because it’s too difficult, it’s ok. You may use ‘Joy’ if it’s easier for you. I like savate boxing, running and learning. I love listening to both rock and classical music, as long as it sounds ‘positive’.