I really learned Java from writing Kotlin at work. My feeling is once you've closed that gap and learned how the JVM ecosystem works (how to start a project, install deps, restructure projects), then it becomes pretty trivial. My take is Kotlin is the only one that has the chance to "beat" Java. Nothing said it better than Google itself promoting it as an official language for Android, which is a major use case for Java today.
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