Eric Pulier is one of the most successful entrepreneurs in enterprise technology. The entrepreneur, philanthropist, columnist, technologist, published author, and public speaker has founded more than 15 companies. Most venture capital groups have offered capital to the businesses that Eric has founded or co-founded. Some of the companies that Pulier has co-founded, founded, or funded include Service Mesh, US interactive, Desktone, Digital Evolution, and Akana.
Eric Pulier was brought up in Teaneck, New Jersey. His love for computers started when he was in fourth grade. He also started a computer database firm while in high school.
Mr. Pulier attended Teaneck high school and graduated in 1984. He joined Harvard University and studied BA, and graduated in 1988. While in college, he studied American literature, environmental studies, and computer science. He also authored PulierLeg, which was a weekly column that was published in the Harvard Crimson Weekly; which he was also an editor.
Three years after leaving college he moved to Los Angeles where he established People Doing Things (PDT). PDT addressed education, healthcare, and other issues through the use of technology. Three years later, he founded Interactive agency digital evolution. This was the company that merged with US Interactive LLC four years after its establishment. In 1997, Eric was selected by the Presidential Inaugural Committee to develop the presidential technology exhibition. The event was held in Washington and was known as “The Bridge to the 21st century.”
Understanding Enterprise SOA
Manning Publications, 2005(with co-author Hugh Taylor)
The book gives readers an invaluable, missing integrated image of the issues and their interdependencies. After reading the book, you will understand how to offer services and how to perceive technology from a different angle. The content in the book is based on real companies and experiences. It explains how to make an SOA work.
Forbes Magazine, March 2012
The model has become a vital aspect for companies that want to innovate, survive and thrive under the current economic times.
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