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If I was under 30 I'd conciser doing a working holiday in New Zealand, which gives you 12 months and lets you work, and gives you a chance to get a job that you can transition into a longer term residence visa and eventually a permanent one. Not really a sure thing though. And yea lots of other countries have working holiday visas, generally targeted at graduates.

I've researched immigrating to Germany and it's odd, there's a bureaucratic puzzle there but the requirements are all much less than other countries. It's worth a look, and people have just gotten on a plane to Germany and then figured out the rest from there.

All of this takes money tho. And yea I keep my passport handy so I can get the fuck out of the country if I need to, all this bureaucratic stuff is mostly just about staying more than three months and being able to work.

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It's really good and made me appreciate the game more but also I was definitely checking my watch at multiple points. It isn't a "where the hell did the time go" suck like his previous videos.

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I post. Am gay. Correlation? Yes. Causation? Also yes.

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personally I think people should just post but I will not stop you

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We don't have one but raddle has one linked here that might be useful.

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You probably don't need a front end but yea React is everywhere. Vue is a little saner than react.

I'd go with Django because Python is everywhere. I'm big into php but that's because I'm old.

Postgres is great.

I've never done the basic level server stuff, you can use a service like https://www.pythonanywhere.com/ that handles that. That all sounds right tho.

This poster uses VS Code, which everyone uses now and it's good but like I've said before, IDEs are really nice. Jetbrains....

And yea that's an easy way to make an API but if you're not having external applications interacting with your app you might not need one.