Eric Pulier is a passionate technologist and entrepreneur based in the U.S. who has also authored several books to educate entrepreneurs about the practices they should embrace to boost their businesses. Eric showed passion in programming at a tender age and he kept this interest for the rest of his life. He started learning while in fourth grade and by the time he joined high school, he had great skills in coding.
At this stage he launched his first company that would offer database computer services. Most of the projects he has done have in one way or the other been directed at solving problems in the society especially among those with chronic illnesses. He has also worked on major government projects that have defined him as a focused individual with unique skills for planning.
To further his education, Eric attended the Harvard University to pursue American Literature and English. This experience allowed him to run a column in The Harvard Crimson titled Pulier Leg. On this space he wrote articles about technology and business and addressed emerging issues in the society. Eric also enrolled for a programming degree in MIT and after four years of dedication, he completed both courses in 1988.
Career and contribution to the government
Having completed his degrees, Eric had to move to Los Angeles, where he founded People Doing Things. The company looked into issues surrounding healthcare, education and other sectors in the government. He proceeded with this spirit and in 1994 he established Digital Evolution.
Also important in his career is the establishment of Starbright World, a social network that is reserved for children battling chronic illnesses. It is a platform that allows them to chat and connect with the world through blogs that target others suffering the same problem.
Eric Pulier is a generous donor to different not-profit organizations. He donates to the Painted Turtle, an organization that supports children with chronic diseases. Eric also contributes to XPRIZE, an organization that supports innovation that is directed at encouraging public competitions that can bring advancement in technology to benefit the human race.