Eric Pulier is a technology and business executive who has also authored several books to enlighten investors on safe practices and market review techniques. He graduated from the Harvard University with a bachelor’s degree in English and American Literature. Eric Pulier was also among editors who contributed to The Harvard Crimson, touching mainly on topics related to technology. He began acquiring his computer literacy skills in fourth grade by learning basic coding. At high school, he had perfected his skills and he launched a database company. He also advanced his knowledge in computing and technology while in college before he graduated in 1988.
Following his professional record and proven business skills, Pulier was hired by the government to prepare and run the “Bridge to 21st Century”, a program pioneered by Bill Clinton and Al Gore, which would commemorate their second inauguration. The event, which took place in Washington, DC, was attended by members of the congress and thousands of people. Pulier appeared in virtually all news stations in U.S. for the perfect presentation and order he displayed on this day.
To make it easier to walk through the presentation, Pulier prepared sections for the program, each with a message showcasing the effect of technology and a reflection of the future. Some of the categories that were highlighted include education, healthcare, entertainment, government, family and space exploration. All the funding and setup of the venue was funded courtesy of his efforts. He solicited for donations and also made contributions to the project to help speed up implementation. Most importantly, Pulier provided a live feed from astronauts, which offered real-time interactions with astronauts in the space shuttle.
Mr. Pulier has also authored several books, which include The Enterprise Industrial Complex (published in 2012) and Understanding Enterprise SOA, published in 2005 under Manning Publications. Understanding Enterprise SOA offers business people and technologists a picture of issues they face and how they relate. The book teaches about service offering and how to apply technology differently to raise business performance. The book draws examples from actual experiences and diverse industries in business.
Eric recently did a podcast, check it out to gather some of his personal knowledge in the Tech Industry.