I'm in the beginning process of looking for something new in my career. I am a ios/android engineer with about 3 years experience in mobile development and I think I've really rocked out my first few phone interviews thus far.
I have a lot of experience handling projects from all aspects of the SDLC. In fact I handle everything from analysis... to database stuff... to coding to deployment on the app store for all my projects. At 3 years in, I believe this is my biggest advantage over other applicants.... But, all my experience in iOS/Android hasn't been in native tools. No experience in Swift/Objective-C or Java (although I studied Objective-C and Java both in college).
Of course, the majority if not all the openings I see for iOS/Android developers on in native tools, but how can I overcome my lack of specific experience in those coding languages? I assume, and have taken the approach so far to stress not only my ability to learn (which I was asked to do in this non-native language) and succeed so far, but also to stress my widen experiences so far given my responsibilities as a developer that handles so much if not everything on projects for my company.
One thing to note: yes, I do want to transition into native tools, hence why I'm asking this question.