Born in 1966, New Jersey, United States, Eric Pulier has already achieved what most of his age mates dream about. A quick glances at his early life and education background, one would tell that he was born to do great things. While still in high school, he developed an immense interest in computer programming and was regarded a guru in the field.
Right after clearing Teaneck High School, he joined Harvard University. While in this prestigious institution, programming became a complete part of him. Following his widespread knowledge, landed a position as writer in the institution’s newspaper publication, The Harvard Crimson. After graduation, he was promoted to be an editor for the same publication. It has been a smooth journey for him and has done tremendously well. He is definitely agreat achiever and a big dream with high targets in life. He has done so well.
Eric Pulier has perfected skills in various fields. He’s an accomplished author, a philanthropist, a public speaker and a successful entrepreneur. Above all, he’s a renowned technologist who has been involved in the formation of a string of companies around the world. Worth noting is that his efforts are not in vain since all the businesses he’s helped to start all still operational and profitable.
Also, he has authored a book titled, Understanding Enterprise, which stresses on the need to come up with fresh ideas and striving to acquire the right skills as a basis for achieving one’s goals in life. Through the book, Eric advises the young people who intend to bring a change in the technology world to invest their efforts and resources on long-term investments.
In `1991, Eric Pulier founded a company named People Doing Things (PDT). The company was a great blessing to the resident as it sought to address the various issues including health care and education using technology. For example, the initiative provided a remarkable platform for enabling children living with chronic illness to gain easy access to the health they needed. The use of technology was part of his humanitarian efforts at building a better world.