About Sam S Gill
At SF State Since:
My current research and education interests are both academic and professional.
In the academic realm, I am focusing on open-source web development and artificial intelligence/machine learning. Professionally, I am focused on Azure DevOps, Microsoft SharePoint online, developing applications with both Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code, and Microsoft Power platform.
In the Fall, I teach ISYS 475 a course on open-source development that focuses on designing and implementing business applications on the MEAN (MongoDB, Express, Angular, Node JS) stack with hosting on Heroku and/or Google cloud.
In the Spring, I teach ISYS 574 a course on Artificial Intelligence (AI)/Machine Learning (ML) for Business Applications. The AI part focuses on Generative AI while the ML focuses on models for both supervised and unsupervised learning.
Latest Award: Foster City AYSO - Referee of the Year 2023
MBA, San Francisco State University, 1972
PhD, UC Berkeley, 1975
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