Almost the same for me. I was in basketball team during 3 years in university. It was the same philosophy: always in team, unless you are the only one who can do it; good teams win matches, good attitude win championships; persist, adapt and overcome; keep practicing not for you but your teammates; keep healthy to do your best; keep calm and think fast... and many more to list here.
I believe during those years I learned a lot to apply in my carreer, and it helped me to be a better dev. Also, I've seen that during my firsts interviews HR asks more over those abilities than my programming skills.
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