I am new to Kotlin and recently found a few positions during a job search that listed Kotlin as a skill they would prefer.
I have purchased a coding course from udemy to dig into the language and expand my knowledge but I have a few questions about the language it's self.
Is Kotlin Platform Independent like Java?
If not are there plans to develop it further to become platform independant?
What are the best ways in your opinion, to get familiar with the language when you are not using it in a work type setting?
I have read over the additional post you mentioned.
I did not realize that Kotlin could be transpiled to other native bytecode.
It sounds like Kotlin has a lot of very useful features to contribute to the modern developers needs.
Especially considering the note that it can be used to compile native bytecode to run on embedded systems and iOS.
I really appreciate you taking the time to answer.
I am learning so much just from reading all the posts.
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