So, I started learning Kotlin by the end of the last summer. Everything was straightforward apart from the concepts that were unfamiliar to me. Overall, I liked the language and I have now decided to rewrite one of my apps to modernize its codebase.
Kotlin seems to have everything new and good about
existing programming languages. Its is null-safe, and
I think every modern language should have null-safety. I
don't know why we haven't got it in Java yet.
aren't going to solve the problem if they are optional. Also,
context and extension functions seemed like something I can
live with, so, in the end, I believe Kotlin is going to
improve my development experience a lot.
This post has been updated to keep it on point. The puns are unintended.