Paolo Bagnaresi
Longtime Italian TI-99/4A Programmer

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Paolo Bagnaresi is a well known Italian TI programmer. His emulators and programs have been available to the TI community since 1985 and are still in use by many TI enthusiasts. In 1982 he bought a TI-99/4A with Extended Basic for his son Giacomo and this made him want to get involved in programming the TI. But he found out that the speed of Extended Basic programs was not great, so he later added a PE Box and the Editor-Assembler Module to his installation and started programming TI Assembler as a challenge. During the period 1984 to 1986 Paolo wrote a monthly column dedicated to the TI-99/4A for the computer-related Italian magazine “Micro and Personal Computer”. He was also active in teaching young Italian TI users the secrets of TI Assembler. In the following years Paolo has continued to write a large number of utility programs for the TI-99/4A and Myarc Geneve.

Paolo Bagnaresi developed the following software:

Paolo Bagnaresi was born in Fano, a town in the Marche region of Italy. He graduated as a pharmacist and worked in a pharmacy in Italy for almost his entire working life. He is now retired and lives with his wife in San Donato Milanese, a township near Milan. In 2000 Paolo received the Edgar Mauk Award for his achievements. He is still involved in the TI community and is available for questions and discussions about his programs.

Paolo was born in 1944 and passed away on August 22, 2013.

Biography prepared by Berry Harmsen

Inducted to the TI99ers Hall of Fame on May 2, 2008