Global Data Summit Announces Amy Phillips – Teaching Professor at University of Denver will be speaking at the Global Data Summit March 7 & 8 – Denver Colorado

Amy is a teaching professor in the Department of Business Information and Analytics in the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver. Her main teaching and research areas involve Internet architecture(s) and database management and her main goal as a teacher is to help students identify and solve problems at the interface of business, society, and information technology (IT). In short, teach things that are worth learning.

She has been teaching for over 33 years and have coauthored several textbooks, including the award winning Business Driven Information Systems, Business Driven Technology, Essentials of Business Driven Information Systems, Management Information Systems for the Information Age, and several Office application manuals.

Areas of specialization: Internet architecture, Database management, Data warehousing

Programming Languages: ASP, ASP.NET, CSS, HTML, Java, JavaScript, MSSQL, MySQL, Perl, PHP, Ruby, T-SQL, XML, XSLT