Azlan, 43, has a multidisciplinary background in financial management and software development.

Previously, as a general manager of corporate planning, he led the development of a business intelligence (BI) tool, a dashboard that displays key financial indicators for management team. The BI project successfully reduced the company’s direct variable cost by 15% and revenue to increases by 20%.

He is also a full stack developer. His recent projects include a mobile application that allows supervisor of a logistic company to monitor, not just the location of truck but also its dynamics which include speed, acceleration, brake acceleration and other indicators to ensure safety for both driver and vehicle.

He is a relentless learner especially in software development. Nowadays, he seeks inner peace when coding Ethereum-based decentralized applications (DAPPs). Currently, he is the lead developer for thuleen products such as academic credentials, licenses and marriage certificates solutions –all based on the Ethereum platform.

He graduated as a Master in Engineering Science (M.Eng) from the University of Oxford, U.K in 1998. Azlan is happily married with two sons and staying at Kota Damansara, Petaling Jaya, Selangor.



Will data scientist fall in love with blockchain technology?
Tuesday, November 26  | 12.00pm – 12.30pm
Auditorium 2

Data science focuses on harnessing data and ensure it meet the highest quality. On the other hand, blockchain ensures trust of data by maintaining decentralised ledger. So is there a place these two concepts intercept? A perspective from a blockchain app developer.