I recently wrote about how the Android engineering team at Udacity has embraced learning Kotlin through experimentation and making “mistakes”.
I recently wrote about how we adopted Kotlin as the main development language for Android on the mobile team at Udacity. No Title Just in time for @kotlinconf See how we’ve been using @kotlin for #androiddev on the mobile team @udacity https://t.co/Am0wFX9DXx Check out the original posts here: Udacity Engineering Blog Udacity India Blog If…
Motivations and Starting Out
A little over a year ago, I had never heard of Udacity and had zero experience with MOOCs. I was a relatively new developer, having only completed my graduate work a year prior. I was eager to improve my skills both with the Android platform and as a software engineer in general.
Then, while live-streaming the Google I/O 2015 keynote I saw an announcement about this thing called a Nanodegree program as a means of learning about Android development using a curriculum and courses developed in conjunction with Google. I was immediately intrigued. It seemed like the perfect opportunity to level-up my skill-set, and I registered for a free trial that same week.