Eric Pulier has such a young and innocent face that it is impossible to believe that he has accomplished so much so soon. Eric Pulier is a highly distinguished Harvard graduate. In addition, he is a published author, columnist, a brilliant technologist as well as a public speaker. Eric Pulier is a generous philanthropist besides being an entrepreneur. He is responsible for building and growing a number of successful startups.
Eric Pulier was born in New Jersey and his natural intelligence impressed all. While in the fourth-grade, Pulier was programming computers. In 1984 he finished high school and started his own database computer company.
After graduation he moved on to Harvard. He was the editor of the daily newspaper, The Harvard Crimson. He also wrote for the paper. He wrote a number of insightful editorial pieces. His topics ranged from the stigma attached with getting a Harvard degree to terrorism to a wide array of topics. Eric Pulier moved to Los Angeles in order to pursue his dreams. This was in 1991.
One of the startups of Eric Pulier was XPrize. This is a program that includes a number of competitions as well as prizes for those who are willing to push themselves in order to realize their fullest potential. His vision behind this firm was to help all those determined teens and young adults to achieve their dreams and get rewarded for being successful.
Next achievement for Eric Pulier was Akana. It was under this brand that he founded the SOA software program besides acquiring a host of other SOA vendors. This continued throughout the 2000s. He sold this company to Rogue Wave Software in 2016. By then this company had grown to become a highly powerful suite of SOA solutions.
The philanthropy work of Eric Pulier cannot be ignored. The most noteworthy is the Painted Turtle. This is a camp that is organized for children having chronic illnesses. Eric Pulier is the VP-cloud operations for this organization. He has donated time as well as money in order to ensure that children having special medical needs are able to enjoy this summer camp experience.