Python 2.7.10 and 3.5.0b1 released!
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A lot happened this week. I have jam packed this newsletter with interesting and informative links which I came across in the past week.

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PyCon JP 2015 Call for Proposals

PyCon JP 2015 Call for Proposals are due by 15th July. It you are in Japan then make sure not to miss it.

Python 2.7.10 Released

Python 2.7.10 is a bug fix release of the Python 2.7.x series.

Python 3.5.0b1 Released

Python 3.5.0b1 also includes os.scandir(), which is a faster alternative to os.walk().
Django Development With Docker Compose And Machine
This is an awesome and detailed post on how to use Docker for Django development. It shows how to containerize a Django Project, Postgres, and Redis for local development along with delivering the stack to the cloud via Docker Compose and Docker Machine.

Rust For Python Programmers
When it comes to Python, Armin Ronacher is a recognizable name. He is the author of Flask and Jinja2. In this post he points out the similarities and differences between Python and Rust. I have been looking for such a post for a long time. Finally here is something to fulfill my appetite. Give it a read if you are also interested in learning Rust.

Let's Build a Web Server in Python - Part 3
Writing a web server is a daunting task but this guy makes it look like a piece of cake. Do you wonder how really servers handle multiple users? This guy has the answer. This is the third post in this series in which he walks you through making your own Python server.

Python Data Mining, Analysis and Visualisation Resources
Have you ever wanted to get yourself into Data mining, data analysis or data visualization using Python? This post lists some nice resources which you can use to learn all this.

Fast Immutable Python Deployments Using PIP
If you are a seasoned Python programmer then you might be using pip. Recently it was upgraded to version 7. It has some awesome improvements over the previous version like it uses Python's wheel format to cache binary builds of the dependencies. This provides an immense speed bost in most cases. This post gives a nice overview of the seventh version of pip.

Basic motion detection and tracking with Python and OpenCV
This is a very nice tutorial written by Adrian. It shows a creative use of OpenCV and Raspberry Pi. If you are a Computer Vision fanatic then this is a must read for you!