William Brogden wrote:I'm not sure what you are thinking of here.
REST is an architectural style, not a messaging API. Furthermore a RESTful service is completely wide open as to what resources it can manipulate so there is no generic REST client structure. At one time there was an effort to create a WSDL like descriptive language for RESTful services but generally the publisher of a REST style service provides a text description and example code for client users.
Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:If you are going to work in an English speaking country, it is time to learn how to spell "career".
You could look at job posting to see which country has more openings and which are more interesting to you. But I think it is more important which of the two countries you would rather live in.