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The majority of what you see on Hosting Data was created by me, down to every single oxford comma and overly indulgent pun. I refer to Hosting Data as “we” the majority of the time because we also have a great team of researchers and writers who work for meager sums of money to further the cause or on a volunteer basis.

I still work as a front-end developer and web designer on a regular basis but Hosting Data has gone from a part-time project to my own little venture.

I'm also one of the curators of NoSQL-Database.org which I've combined with Hosting Data to make a more comprehensive list of NoSQL and database listings.

If you’d like to stop by for a chat or offer up any constructive criticism, we’d love to hear from you on our contact page. Alternativelly, you can reach us on:


Our Editors & Researches

Alex Williams

Alex Williams (the founder of Hosting Data) is a seasoned  full-stack developer. He graduated from the University of London with a Bsc in Computer Science and shortly after started working as  a developer who lead various projects around the world. He then switched to being a full time IT consultant and that's when he started Hosting Data. He has a vast experience of knowledge in IT systems, cyber security, data management, internet privacy and finance. In his space time he enjoys trading CFDs and the stock market. Throughout the past 5 years he has built up a large amount of experience in trading and finance. 

You can read more about me here

Additional Info:

  • Founder of Hosting Data 

Expertise: 

  • Investing
  • Cyber security 
  • Internet privacy 
  • IT
  • Cryptocurrency

Education:

  • BSc Computer Science - University of London

News Articles:

 

Stefan Edlich

Stefan Edlich hosting data nosql avatarStefan Edlich is a regular speaker and writer on enterprise and object-oriented topics, and has
held numerous IT leadership positions over the past ten years including a position at one of Germany's largest banks.

Stefan is also the original curator of NoSQL Database. Stefan is a professor of computer science 
at the Berlin Institute of Technology.

Additional Info:

  • Author of 12 IT books including one of the widely distributed books about NoSQL.
  • Conference organizer around Big Data, NoSQL and Clojure.
  • Founder, board member & running the second biggest Big Data Group in the world.

Expertise:

  • Investing
  • Credit Cards
  • Digital payments
  • Cryptocurreny 

Education:

  • Two diplomas in Computer Science and Economics 

To learn more about Stefan's work please see his work at the Berlin Institute of Technology . Additional research on available via Google Scholars.

Percy Grunwald

percy grunwald expert hostingdataPercy Grunwald is a DevOps engineer and a full stack developer with over five years of experience in the industry. He also happens to be the co founder of Hosting Data 🙂

He's been a leader of various teams dedicated to delivering top-notch web applications. His field of expertise includes infrastructure management and automation, architecture design, and full stack development, system monitoring, and log aggregation.

To find out more about Percy's work, you can check out his personal website or his GitHub profile. Additionally, Percy has been working as a content creator for Top Tech Skills, more of his TTS tutorials can be found on his YouTube channel.

Carmen Corral

Carmen Corral writer spanishCarmen Corral is a Spanish Content Creator passionate about technology. She is a non-tech profile
always involved in tech related business.

First working in HR and recruitment for IT companies and
profiles. Now she has a blog about crowdlending: fintech and investments.

She is the author of two books:

Carmen is a digital nomad, travelling the World while working on her own digital projects or writing
for clients.

You can find more about Carmen and connect with her on her website.

Luka Karsten Breitig

Luka Karsten Breitig is a German entrepreneur, digital nomad and founder of the content creation company The Happy Beavers. He runs his company entirely digitally with over 30 employees spread across the planet. He is also interested in tech topics, politics and psychology.

You can find out more about him on the website of The Happy Beavers. 

Armelle Cassanas

Armelle has been working for 10 years in market research, collecting and analyzing data, and creating communication tools. She developed the methods of Linguistique du Marketing, based on her PhD in perception and commercial names.

Digital strategy quickly became central in her work. She got passionate -as an observer, a user and then a commentator- for all digital and web tools, which she regularly presents to us here.