From writing code in Silicon Valley to #Vanlife

In this episode of the Grinding Gears Podcast, we spoke with P.J. Tezza who is the CEO of Modvans. P.J. was writing code in Silicon Valley, but thanks to a lucrative exit, he was able to explore the west coast in an RV. However, the limitations and lack of flexibility of an RV pushed P.J. to design and manufacture a customizable/modular campervan. This episode chronicles his journey from writing code, to creating CNC tool paths to help others live the #Vanlife.

 

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Learn more about Modvans:

www.modvans.com

Grinding Gears is sponsored by:
Assist 2 Develop: www.assist2develop.com
SolidWorks: www.solidworks.com

 
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