Technology and entrepreneurship are two areas that have seen massive changes over the years and many professionals who invested their energy into these specialties are now happy about the results. Eric Pulier is one among the successful entrepreneurs who have ventured into technology and emerging trends as a way of offering solutions to challenging problems. He has been in the industry for more than two decades and most of the projects he handled were meant for humanitarian support and to uplift the human race.
At an age as young as fourth grade, Eric Pulier had already developed interest in learning about computer programming. He searched for information about the subject to educate himself, which allowed him to launch a computer database at high school. Pulier attended the Teaneck High School and when he completed in 1984, he already had prepared well to face the complex world of business and technology.
After high school, he proceeded to the Harvard University to pursue a degree in American Literature and English. At the same time, he took Computer Science lessons at neighboring MIT College. His ideas were well defined and he would work his way to becoming a successful technologist, which he achieved halfway the journey.
Education and successes
His success started to show up while still in campus as he was picked to contribute to a column in The Harvard Crimson. His column, called Pulier Leg, offered reviews and comments on leading technologies and emerging trends in business and technology. He offered insight into the challenges that startups face and was a great asset to the rest of the student community. Upon graduating in 1988, he proceeded to develop People Doing Things, which he launched in 1991.
Later in 1999, Eric Pulier was included among the professionals who would handle the technology exhibition that showcased the things the government had achieved in different sectors. There presentations were a success and a great milestone to his career as she was able to win over the hearts of many with the perfect way he arranged the information and arranged for a live event with space shuttle astronauts.