On paternity leave for my second child, I found myself writing an in-memory hashmap (a poor-man’s memcached), in Go, Python and C. I was wondering how hard it would be to replace memcached, if we wanted to do something unusual with our key-value store. I also wanted to compare the languages, and, well, I get bored easily!
Actually it’s very easy and doesn’t require any coding at all. Plus you’ll get a bit more than what you’d expect.
Original title and link: In-Memory Key-Value Store in C, Go and Python ( ©myNoSQL)