The 6th of May 2022 was a typical day for me, as I was surfing the web and reading the latest tech news until a huge opportunity presented itself to me when I read an article saying Marcin Moskala was looking for someone to review his upcoming Kotlin book.
Almost immediately I decided to apply to be one of the reviewers!
As time passed, maybe I forgot about that moment until I received an email saying I was selected for the reviewing program! It was exciting news for me to be invited to serve as a reviewer for Marcin Moskala’s upcoming book on Kotlin. As a software developer with a strong interest in Kotlin and its capabilities, I was excited to have the opportunity to contribute my thoughts and feedback to the book.
So I spent most of my free time over the last few months reading every chapter of the book, discussing topics with other reviewers, paying attention to code samples, and again reading every chapter of the book.
One of the things that I particularly appreciated about the book was its clear and concise writing style. Marcin does an excellent job of explaining complex concepts in a way that is easy to understand. The book is also well-organized, with each chapter building upon the knowledge and skills developed in previous ones. This makes it easy for newcomers to follow along and absorb the material.
This book covers the essentials of Kotlin and those coming from other languages who wish to learn Kotlin would find this book extremely useful.
The opportunity to review the book was a pleasure for me. I hope to have the chance to give my feedback on more publications in the near future.