Tag: swiss pgday

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Tobias Bussmann

PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Tobias Bussmann: Grown up in a midsized wine-town in Germany, I started working in (Windows) System Administration during school. In doing so, I had come in touch with Programming and Databases. Still at University, I started my own business in data driven marketing and ran it for almost ten years. Today, another ten years later, I’m living in Bern, Switzerland, working for the Swiss Academy of Sciences. Over the time, I became deeply involved in the PostgreSQL community. Further, I’m supporting privacy, open-source, open-data and civil society concerns as I’m overall a political person.

Reading time: 9 minutes

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Markus Wanner

PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Markus Wanner: I’m Swiss, living in the German speaking part of Switzerland, together with my wife and our two kids. I turned 40 this year, which just makes me realize that it’s now half my life that I’m somehow involved in the PostgreSQL project.

Reading time: 6 minutes

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Charles Clavadetscher

PostgreSQL Person of the Week Interview with Charles Clavadetscher: I am a Swiss citizen living and working in Zurich at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) where I take care of the databases of the Swiss Economic Institute (KOF).

Reading time: 8 minutes

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