First, in case you somehow missed it, PostgreSQL 9.5 Beta 2 is now out. Time for another round of testing! There's fewer and fewer bugs found, so we're not far from a final release. I don't know about anyone else, but we're going into production on Beta 2 in a couple places. Can't wait any longer for Upsert and RLS.
Second, pgConfSV has announced its keynotes, from CitusData, Pivotal, and -- as a bit of a surprise -- from streaming data thing Kafka (before you ask, I didn't pick the keynotes). I believe registration is still open, so you can still go to the conference next week if you act quickly.
Thirdly, I have a roundup of some cool blogs covering PostgreSQL which aren't on Planet and you may have missed:
Compose.io did a terrific two-part article on why PostgreSQL is the best open source database. Read it here: Part I Part II.
They also covered using JSON in Postgres with Python.
In stranger news, there's an amazingly strange story about Soylent, PostgreSQL, and auto-responding to poisoning accusations. Yes, Soylent Inc. uses PostgreSQL, why not? Read the whole weird tale here on Zapier's blog.
That's it for my round up ... if you have some good links, post them in the comments.