By Mats Rydberg & Petra Selmer | 31 March 2017The First openCypher Implementers Meeting on 8 February 2017 was a great success, with over 30 delegates from many database and database-affiliated companies and institutions, all with a common interest in graph data and graph querying.
By Mats Rydberg & Petra Selmer | 17 January 2017We are very pleased to announce the First openCypher Implementers Meeting (oCIM). This is the first face-to-face meeting for people, projects and companies who are interested in implementing part or whole of the Cypher language, and/or who have an interest in the design of a standard declarative query language for graph databases and want to see how Cypher could evolve to help that goal.
By Cypher Language Group | 6 October 2016
The openCypher project has produced two significant new features in 2016: an Extended BNF grammar which formally defines the permitted syntax of Cypher, and a TCK (Technology Compatibility Kit).