Quite a weak chaotic course. Tasks constantly jump in complexity. Some important topics are almost not covered (for example, Generics). And the order of priority causes questions. In the beginning there is an acquaintance with complex structures like lambd and extension functions, and only then primitives like the for! After the passage, there was a mess in my head.
Most of us are not using the web editor to actually write the code, we just copy and paste from/to our favorite IDE. Some quizzes have dependencies not provided, e.g. the MyDate class. You should provide it, either directly in the quiz or with a link. With the dependencies we can then use our IDE to test the answers first. Otherwise we'd have to mock everything and "guess". An alternative would be to provide a jitpack link to such dependencies so that we can include them with Gradle. Sometimes I felt more like guessing rather than learning Kotlin, this is why I gave only 4 stars and not 5, so if you'd improve it providing always all the necessary dependencies, then it'd been a 5. Excellent exercise for learners.
Average review: 4.6
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