The Early Beginnings Of Success
Eric Pulier’s career in software has an unusual beginning. Most people who work in tech can trace the start of their career to an internship in their early 20s, but Pulier got his start as a programmer in the 4th grade. Exceeding even the greatest expectations, Pulier eventually went on to start his own software company while still in high school. These first moves were just a taste of what he would do in the future.
The Decade Of Brilliance
The 1990s was the decade that Pulier emerged as a star in programming. After completing his education at Harvard University, he decided to take his chances as an entrepreneur. Apparently, that decision was a smart one and he managed to produce hit after hit with a new successful software innovation on a yearly basis. The software he worked with was as varied as you can possibly imagine in the world of tech. He created APIs, remote desktop software, and even social networks during this decade. Obviously, he was able to make himself an amazing fortune, but he never let it distract him from helping out others.
Reaching Out To Help Others
Philanthropy is one of the most important aspects of the software career of Eric Pulier. He uses his programming talent to find ways to help others in need of assistance. A great example of the philanthropy of Pulier is Starbright World. In the mid 90s, the charity Starbright Foundation wanted to create a social network for the kids living in their hospitals. Eric Pulier offered to complete the task and promptly built the world’s first private social network. Today, there are more than 70 hospitals served by the Starbright World social network.
Solving The World’s Problems
Eric Pulier does not hesitate to help others in need and continues to give back on a larger scale today. After Bill Clinton stepped out of office he wanted to continue to find ways to serve his fellow man through the Clinton Global Initiative. Eric Pulier decided to join this Initiative and uses his talent to find solutions the problems facing the world as of now.