Ten years ago Postgres was a safe and stable database, but not at the same level of user friendly-ness or rich feature set as other databases. At some point that all started to change as it learned from MySQL and Mongo, we'll examine some of that journey of how it went to respected by DBAs to beloved by application developers. We'll close with a look at what the next five years may hold.
Craig currently works on product for open source databases at Microsoft. He joined Microsoft by way of Citus Data, where he ran product including their database as a service. Prior to joining Citus he ran product for Heroku Postgres. He's actively involved within the Postgres community, blogs about it regularly, and curates Postgres Weekly.