Understanding Technology and Philanthropy with Eric Pulier

Eric Pulier is a young man that has accomplished so much. A Harvard graduate, Eric Pulier is a published author, a columnist, public speaker, a philanthropist, an entrepreneur, and a technologist. He has had the ability to build and grow many successful startups. Eric Pulier has had a very interesting career in technology. Born and raised in New Jersey, Eric Pulier start programming computers when he was in the fourth grade. In 1984, he built a database computer company. He just finished high school at the time. After high school, Mr. Pulier went to Harvard University, where he became the editor of the school paper, The Harvard Crimson. After college, he moved to Los Angeles. Eric Pulier started XPrize, which many consider his most revolutionary. He started XPrize so teenagers and the young adults can make their dreams a reality. Soon after he started Akana. Alana was a software company. He later sold the company to pursue other opportunities.

 

Eric Pulier is big on philanthropy. He created the Painted Turtle, a camp for children suffering from chronic illnesses. Along with the Painted Turtle, Mr. Pulier has donated his money and his time generously to make sure that the children at his camp have a beautiful, perfect experience. In addition to the Painted Turtle, Eric Pulier has been heavily involved in Starbright World. Starbright World is an interactive social media platform, for children suffering from chronic illnesses. The social media platform allows these children to meet others that are experiencing the same issues.

 

 

Eric Pulier has several published works. He published Understanding Enterprise SOA, which is a concise introduction on the topic. The book was rated highly for its insight and the easy to read format. In addition to publishing various books, he has written for Forbes Magazine. Eric Pulier is a man with many talents, who is using his intelligence for good.

 

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