Eric Pulier is one of the most prominent in the field of software today. Pulier wears many different hats such as entrepreneur, author, columnist, motivational speaker, and technologist. He has been the founder of over fifteen companies since the beginning of his career. Some of the biggest companies he has founded are Digital Evolution, ServiceMesh, and the Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council. These companies were then combined together into the TM Forum.
Pulier is based out of the city of Los Angeles. His interest and talent in programming began when he was back in the fourth grade. He went on to start his very own database company when he was in high school. He went to college at Harvard University where he majored in English and American literature.
When Pulier moved to Los Angeles in 1991 he created the People Doing Things company. This company addressed the concerns of health care and education using different forms of technology. Pulier later went on to found Starbright World. Starbright World was a social network that gave children that were chronically ill the chance to blog, chat, and communicate with each other on their own private social media platform. This gave children the chance to share and support each other through their sickness.
He was selected by the Presidential Inaugural Committee in 1997 to create the Presidential Technology Exhibition that was located in Washington D.C. The exhibition was called “The Bridge to the 21st Century.”
Eric Pulier is also heavily involved in giving back to his community, and to charity. He has donated money to multiple non-profit organizations. He is also a board member for the X-Prize Foundation which is a company that tries to solve the most difficult challenges of humanity.
More about Eric: http://ericpulier.com