Eric Pulier is, without a doubt, one of the youngest successful individuals in the world. Being a Harvard graduate in 1988 where he majored in English and American literature Eric is an all-rounded individual. He is an entrepreneur, a public speaker, a published author, a technologist, a philanthropist and a public speaker. He is a successful entrepreneur with over 15 companies under his name.
Eric Pulier was born in Teaneck, New Jersey. His passion for technology was evident even during his early life. He started programming computers as a fourth-grade student and started his database computer company in high school. He later joined Harvard in 1988 where he became the editor of Harvard Crimson and also wrote articles for the newspaper.
Eric Pulier’s Career
Since 1991, Pulier has founded famous and beneficial ventures aimed at improving the lives of the United States citizens. In 1991, he established People Doing things (PDT), which was a company that dealt majorly on health care, education and technology. He later founded Digital Evolution in 1994.His skills with technology and passion for philanthropy helped him develop Starbright World, which is a private social network for chronically ill children. The platform allows kids to chat, blog, meet other kids and post content.
In 1997, the Presidential Inaugural Committee selected Mr. Pulier to create the Presidential Technology Exhibition in Washington, D.C. In 1998, he co-founded Interactive Video Technology (IVT) and Desktone. Mr. Pulier has served in as Chairman of many organizations. Some of these organizations include ServiceMesh, CSC Australia Pty. Ltd., SOA Software, Inc., Exist Corporation, Santa Monica Media Corp., Enterprise Leadership Council among others.
Mr. Eric Pulier is a published author who is known for his interactive and educative publications. His book Understanding enterprise SOA is one that has gained massive popularity. Published in 2005, the book gives technologists and business people a concise and easy-to-understand introduction to the topic. It explains the service offering and how to move confidently in the technology field. He has also written for Forbes where he talks about a model that helps companies to survive and thrive past the global economic downtown.
Mr. Pulier is a very active philanthropist. He has engaged in many philanthropic activities to help kids with chronic diseases. He uses technology to solve intractable problems in physically impaired children and economically disadvantaged communities around the USA.