Android devs who started with java : how much have you been comfortable with kotlin? What is your approach towards using new libraries : reading theire docs/code in java version and then implementing in kotlin yourself or are you comfortable in understanding there docs in kotlin itself?

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    I usually understand a code in java better. Maybe i am not that good with kotlin, but if i jave to use a new liberary , i would prefer reading its docs in java first.
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    I spent an hour groking the Kotlin-specific Lang conventions and was good to go.
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    @SortOfTested you are a rock solid lady. I wonder how much time its gonna take me to be as perfect and bold in my life choices and decision making as yourself.♥️
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    @M1sf3t looks like someone is following my rants. This community is beautiful and caring , thankyou :)

    And about kotlin , welp, my brain is again going to panic in a few days but as of now, i had analyzed my curren6 situation as following :
    I am a basic android dev/fresher with no job , average marks, and aweful programming knowledge /web dev/everything else. I like Android dev but struggle to be a good dev because i have lack of knowledge of intermediate/expert skills in it. I also struggle to get into good interviews because of bad dsa.
    And probably that's why i end up with shitty offers/bad work environment/no jobs and eventually whining on devrant ( most of my previous rants are mostly this) and trying other areas
    So my gameplan is to get basic skills expected from an *android dev*, get better in dsa to crack interviews and occasionally make small projects in other stacks.

    Hope i could stick with it.
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