Tag: russia

5 entries

Andrey Borodin

PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Andrey Borodin: I’m from Russia. I was born in a village called Sarana and eventually moved to the nearby city Ekaterinburg in the Ural region. Technically it’s a border of Europe and Asia, close to the median between Beijing and Berlin.

Reading time: 11 minutes

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Roman Druzyagin

PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Roman Druzyagin: Name’s Roman. I’ve been born and lived most of my life in Russia. I grew up near Moscow, and since 2002 I’ve been residing in St. Petersburg, with plans to relocate to the European Union in the near future. I am currently 33 years old.

Reading time: 7 minutes

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Anastasia Lubennikova

PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Anastasia Lubennikova: Hi, I am Anastasia, and I live in Moscow, Russia. I am a core developer working at Postgres Professional and all my career so far was devoted to the PostgreSQL project. In my spare time I like reading science fiction, jogging on the embankments of the Moscow river and practicing yoga. Sometimes I sign up to do something that excites and scares me at the same time, and it usually turns out to be an amazing adventure.

Reading time: 7 minutes

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