Eric Pulier is one of those people that achieve a lot at a young age. He graduated Harvard with flying colors in 1988 majoring in English and American Literature. He was also an editor at Harvard and worked on the column The Harvard Crimson. He was raised in New Jersey. All throughout his childhood Eric Pulier was fascinated by computers and technology as a whole. He later became a technologists and a started a company dedicated to computer database when he was only in high school.
In 1991, Eric Pulier moved to Lost Angeles, US. He founded a second company called People Doing Things. The company was dedicated to education, health, and different issues through the usage of technology. A few years later in 1994, he went on to found another company. Digital Evolution was an interactive agency which in 1998 became a part of the US Interactive LLC. Eric Pulier’s philanthropy work began with his dedicated involvement in building Starbright World which is a private social network dedicated to the chronically ill children. The network was specially created for the children to be able to express themselves in a safe environment where they can connect with other children going through the same hardships as them. On the Starbright World network, they can share experiences, blog about their lives and make friends with other kids.
In 1997, Eric Pulier had the honor of creating and executing the Presidential Technology Exhibition in Washington D.C titled “The Bridge to the 21st Century.” He was chosen by the Presidential Inaugural Committee. After that he was a part of the technology and health care forum held by al Gore, the Vice President back in the time. Eric Pulier is an involved supporter with the Clinton Global Initiative.
Eric Pulier is also a published writer. His work, Understanding Enterprise SOA, gives an easy to follow introduction in the world of enterprise. The book has received favorable reviews from people involved in the topic. Another place where he let his writing shine through is on the web site of Forbes. Eric Pulier’s early work for Harvard can still be read on the web site.