How to find a practice for a new language?

Good time of day.
Such an interesting case. In one language there are a shitload of practice and have decent experience in the direction of the language, and suddenly, I wanted to learn the language in General, in another direction(was suppose EBV, and suffered on your desktop or in gamedev).

How to find a job to practice a second language and modern languages, or target, if you're still green?
How to find the programmers that change their direction or add to them(destinations) +1?

--The question is a bit messed, sorry, just don't know what the correct question to ask.
To the second question refinement: How to make a CV in this case? After all this then you are an "expert and professional", and there you are, "the terminator in the role of a lawn mower".
June 10th 19 at 16:14
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June 10th 19 at 16:16
their projects are doing and prove that there they something can
June 10th 19 at 16:18
To try in the current work to accommodate. At least to automate some operations, testing - if the code is not in production, management usually allows you to experiment.

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