Matt Borgerson

I am a software engineer living in Phoenix, Arizona. I like to make stuff and write about stuff. You can find me on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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Starting a Local Web Server (the Really Easy Way)

Have you ever wanted a really easy way to serve up some content from a directory? Me too. As usual: Python to the rescue. And here’s the best part: you don’t have to install, code, or configure anything. If you have Python installed, you’re all...

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Creating an Executable from a Python Script

Python is one of my favorite programming languages. That being said, if you’ve ever had to deploy an application written in Python then you know just how painful it can be.

Fortunately, there are some pretty awesome open-source tools that c...

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Cryptography in Python with PyCrypto

Cryptography can be intimidating. Fortunately, there are a number of excellent, tested, full-featured libraries that make cryptographic features relatively easy to add to your project. For Python, PyCrypto is one of those excellent l...

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