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News: Lessons learnt from playing chess that make you a better at software

  1. The best ideas are often found while on the border of several disciplines at once. We take a look at two mentally challenging activities: software development and playing chess. Somewhat  surprisingly, the skills obtained at the chessboard can be transferred to your software project.

    We’ll look at 5 habits that can help you become a better, more emotionally stable developer. These can help you through rough times, allow to focus on the important things for your project and maintain the vision of the goal in mind.


    Continue reading the full article on RebelLabs: http://zeroturnaround.com/rebellabs/why-you-should-borrow-these-5-product-development-lessons-from-playing-chess/


     

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