The digital and charitable contributions of Eric Pulier
Eric Pulier is a well-known writer, philanthropists, and entrepreneur based in Los Angeles, California. Originally from New Jersey, he began learning the art of coding computers at the very young age of four! The skills he learned from this paid off. Eric Pulier went on to found his first company by the time he was in high school! It was a database company, the beginning of several successful endeavors. A graduate of Harvard, he even managed to squeeze in some classes at MIT!
After graduating, he moved to Los Angeles and started several companies that served the health care as well as government institutions. The first one was called People Doing Things (PDT) which helped various businesses and departments find solutions for everyday problems, using technology. The company was successful enough for Pulier to try his hand at other start-ups, namely MediaPlatform(Facebook), Desktone and US Interactive. It’s not only in business and technology Mr. Pulier made his mark. He has made his mark in philanthropy also. Perhaps his biggest contribution in philanthropy would be his involvement for children with special needs through an organization called Starbright World. Through this organization, he helped create a social media platform for kids with physical disabilities.
You could go on forever talking about Mr.Puliers various accomplishments and generosity through philanthropy. In fact, it was for these reasons and more that he got invited to be part of the Clinton Global Initiative. At this organization, he worked on cloud computing solutions for poor communities and helped bring them to the digital era. As a writer, he started out at his college magazine, The Harvard Crimson. He has gone on to write for several major publications, such as Bloomberg news. Mr.Puliers book on service oriented architecture is considered to be one of the best on the subject matter.