UPDATE January 19, 2017
Check out the latest write up on Eric Pulier at Engadget. The article covers the illustrious career of the tech entrepreneur, from his start at Harvard to his success in the tech industry. This is an article you won’t want to miss.
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UPDATE December 1, 2016
Word from Eric Pulier’s camp is that he’s set to make a major announcement in the coming months. This announcement should shake up the technology world as we know it. If Eric’s past has taught us anything it’s that this will be nothing short of an innovation.
UPDATE October 12, 2016
Eric recently authored of Understanding Enterprise SOA: Service Oriented Architecture. While doing this project, he worked with Hugh Taylor. The book is a readable length of 280 pages. It is very informative and available on both Ebay and Amazon. Readers have reviewed the book well on Amazon and other websites where book reviews are posted. Check out some of the reviews here.
UPDATE September 2o, 2016
Eric Pulier recently did a podcast on the epodcast network. He talks about to the benefits of donating to charities and being a part of your community. For more information check out the link below: http://epodcastnetwork.com/the-importance-of-philanthropy-and-giving-back-to-the-community
UPDATE August 30, 2016
Eric has contributed his secrets to establishing a successful startup to the Daniel Budzinski Podcast. He gives beginning entrepreneurs tips and tricks for getting their startup off the ground and how to be constantly innovating in a world of technology that’s moving at a rapid pace. For more information click the following link: http://danielbudzinski.com/podcast/eric-pulier/
Eric Pulier’s track record as a philanthropist and entrepreneur is hard to beat. Currently sitting on the Innovation Board of the X-Prize Foundation it’s hard to imagine Pulier’s modest beginnings. His interest in computer programming, and by extension technology as it relates to everyday life, began when he was a child. He founded his first technology start up, a database company, when he was a teenager. Eric Pulier then went on to study at Harvard and subsequently MIT. While at Harvard Pulier wrote for The Harvard Crimson and showed a penchant for academic involvement and public relations.
Since his time at Harvard, Pulier has gone on to co-found several successful companies in multiple industries. This list includes MediaPlatform, US Interactive, Desktone and SOA Software. Turning his efforts towards venture capital Pulier has helped raised hundreds of millions of dollars to fund charitable organizations and venture capital funds. Some of the more notable venture capital funds on this list include Monitor Ventures, Trident Capital and eCompanies.
Alongside his significant contributions in the private sector Pulier founded Starbright World, a social media platform for children suffering from serious childhood diseases. The platform allows children to connect with one another and share their experiences. He is also currently serving as a board member for the Painted Turtle, a camp for children with chronic illnesses. In 1997 Pulier was asked by the Clinton Administration to curate the Presidential Technology Exhibition in Washington, DC. This work led him to join forces with other visionary leaders, such as Al Gore, and lend his expertise to healthcare and technology issues.
Eric Pulier currently lives in sunny Los Angeles, California with his four children.