I developed myself a script using Python to parse couple Json files.
As more the data parsing got complicated or bigger I am starting to think that maybe Python is not the best solution.
I am currently looking to rewrite my script into C++ or Nodejs as I made some research and found out that the performance can be much better.
The task is to first decide which language we should proceed with and than making the actual script.
The feature of the script is quiet simple.
Suppose we are monitoring file_x using the http get of "www domain com/[login to view URL]"
Once the content of file_x is different we print the new value.
The script should output "HI".
Please note that the main purpose of this project is to get the fastest solution possible.
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Hello! I am a python developer. I looked at your project and it seems interesting. I have all necessary skills required for this project. Ping me to discuss in detail.
Hi, There’s no question about it, c++ is the fastest solution, now memory management, that’s a different beast, in nodejs you don’t care about it. Thank you, Daniel
Hi there node.js use asynchronous functions call to handle request and its has single thread so it makes this language so powerful and fast. I can write a solution for this problem in node.js send me a message
Hello? I have read your job description very carefully and i understood what you want. I have python and node experienced for 9 years. I want to discuss with you via chat. Thanks you. James.
Hi, Please review my profile : [login to view URL] By beginning i am a Node.js developer switched to Python 3 months ago. willing to do your project. Thanks
Please test me with a single one and then we will proceed further.l have a good experience with json data as i am working as a MEAN stack developer from last 2 years.