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 Guillaume Lelarge: My name is Guillaume Lelarge. I live in Lille, France. I’m working at Dalibo, a french PostgreSQL company.
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’.