Hi! My name is Mike Bianchi
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I am a Software Engineer and Database Analyst.

I grew up and graduated from High School in Fort Bragg, CA. In 1977, I earned a BS degree from Tarleton State University in Stephenville, TX in Analytical Chemistry and Wildlife Ecology with graduate studies in Population Dynamics and in 1992 an AAS degree in Information Systems from San Antonio College.

While at Tarleton I met, and in 1978, married Linda Hooper. We moved to San Antonio in 1989.

Since 1992, I have been an active member of the Alamo PC Organization, the second largest PC User Group in the US. I served for two years on the Board of Directors and as Vice President of Membership for this organization as well as serving on several key committees, organized the Visual Basic Special Interest Group and have contributed articles on Multimedia, Database systems and various software reviews to the PC Alamode magazine. Additionally, I am/have been a member of a variety of professional and scholastic organizations including the Data Processing Management Association, Epsilon Delta Pi, Beta Beta Beta, the American Chemical Society, Texas Association of Emergency Medical Technicians, the Alamo Community Telecommunications Initiatives, Inc. (ACT II), Who's Who Worldwide, HTML Writer's Guild, C/C++ User Group, Visual dBASE User Group and the Far West Trail Cooks Association.

In my spare time (whatever that is), my hobbies are genealogy, reading (mostly science fiction), computer graphics, photography and community service projects.