Thursday, 16 June 2016

Roadtripping for openCypher

This week, me and Andrès Taylor have been on the road to talk to our beloved Neo4j community about openCypher, our effort to deliver a full and open specification of the industry’s most widely adopted graph database query language: Cypher. It's been a fun and crazy couple of days, with Amsterdam on Tuesday, Paris on Wednesday - and today, I believe is Thursday so we must be in London :) ... We are doing a similar talk tonight in our London office...

In Paris, our lovely partners of Ekino were kind enough to host us in their beautiful Paris offices, and I sat at the first row to try and record the session. It's not the best of recordings, but here it is anyway, hoping that it would be useful to you.

If you want to know more about OpenCypher, or just want to learn more about this or the other topic - then please just reach out.



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