Month: September 2016


Chess and Psychology: Why Chess is like a fruit fly.

By David Kramaley / On / In Chess science

Let’s discuss chess and psychology. When I talk about Chessable’s vision, I have been comparing chess to a fruit fly. At Chessable we want to improve not only chess learning but education and learning in general. Despite not being able to take credit for this awesome comparison, I do embrace it. Let me elaborate. Simon and …

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Part-timing a bootstrap startup: Chessable is finally my full-time gig!

By David Kramaley / On / In Chessable news, Start-up life

Yesterday was the deadline day for the submission of my dissertation. For the last twelve months, I have been studying for a Master’s degree in the Psychology of Education at the University of Bristol. Together with John, I’ve also been working on our bootstrap startup, Chessable. I considered the split of my time to be full-time degree, part-time startup. …

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