Dauletkhan Tulendiev

Dauletkhan Tulendiev was born in 1989 in the city of Zhanatas, Zhambyl region. In 2006, after graduating at the top of his class from high school he went to study Information Systems at Suleiman Demirel University.

Having started working while at university, from 2008 to 2011 he worked at Intellic Technologies LLP where he had the opportunity to gain experience in development in the field of telecommunications.

During 2012-2014 he attended the George Washington University, Washington DC, USA, under the Bolashak scholarship and obtained a master’s degree in Engineering Management. After graduation, he worked at NAT Kazakhstan where he participated in the project on automation of the operations of the Human Resources Department.

In 2014-2015, he joined Bee Software LLP where he developed the "Open Data of Kazakhstan" portal and participate in the development of “Turelik” the document management system of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

In 2016-2017, he worked at the Banking Service Bureau of the National Bank of Kazakhstan where he participated in a project to develop a Unified Indicator Collection System.

In 2017, along with his daily work, he started freelancing and started working with the German company "Livereach”.

In 2018 he participated in the development of the fintech startup at Dar Ecosystem.

In 2019, he worked at Almaty AI Lab, where he participated in the development of "Cerebra - Software with Artificial Intelligence for the early diagnosis of stroke."

Since 2019, he is a full-time senior developer at Livereach, Germany, Münster.

Today, as a co-founder of the outsourcing company "SimusTech", he works on projects from countries like Germany, Cyprus, the USA, etc. In addition, SimusTech volunteers to teach people with disabilities to learn to code and become software developers and find remote work. Married, has 2 children.

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