Welcome to RPA Patterns

RPA Patterns is a website to educate and entertain people who are interested in Robotic Process Automation, in particular UiPath. Our aim is to provide you with knowledge about the less obvious things that may not be documented well. We do this by providing patterns, guides, and an RPA blog.

If you're new here, you might want to start with this blog post.

This page lists all posts in order of their publication or last change date. Useful if you want to see what's been going on lately.

  1. 2021-05-30 15:34:16 (UTC)

    You know who your consumers are, but how do they actually interact with your robots?

  2. 2021-04-10 12:58:24 (UTC)

    Just to let you know what I'm doing without wasting a lot of time

  3. 2021-04-03 14:14:17 (UTC)

    Who are the consumers of the automations you build? And how does this affect your decisions?

  4. 2021-03-20 11:26:59 (UTC)

    Today, I'll have a look at various news items in no particular order

  5. 2021-03-07 09:26:25 (UTC)

    Who needs to be involved in your current automation project, why, and when?

  6. 2021-02-27 13:59:14 (UTC)

    UiPath may be moving to a 64-bit architecture to address larger memories. What's that about?

  7. 2021-02-14 09:33:23 (UTC)

    Software AG partners up with Automation Anywhere to provide Process Mining to AA's customers — continuing a recent trend.

  8. 2021-02-06 09:06:41 (UTC)

    After the soft launch, I'm working on tying up some loose ends. Feel free to skip this post

  9. 2021-01-31 15:16:58 (UTC)

    The site is finally ready to launch! Check in to see what's already in store.

  10. 2021-01-11 18:59:43 (UTC)

    How (and why) to divide your project into smaller pieces

  11. 2021-01-11 18:53:02 (UTC)

    Reuse parts of a business process by separating it into sub-processes

  12. 2021-01-11 18:49:34 (UTC)

    Connect different sub-processes with a queue

  13. 2021-01-11 18:49:12 (UTC)

    How to slice your business processes into little re-usable pieces

  14. 2020-10-15 13:51:10 (UTC)

    Speed up development by judicious use of Extract as Workflow

  15. 2020-10-14 15:39:29 (UTC)

    Speed up workflows that have to wait for optional elements by following this pattern

  16. 2020-10-13 14:15:49 (UTC)

    The menu bar for MS Office (and some other applications) has some... peculiarities that you should know about

  17. 2020-10-06 15:33:05 (UTC)

    You have to choose between two or more mutually exclusive options

RPA Patterns is written by Stefan Reutter who does not neatly fit into tidy little boxes, but works at UiPath in Presales.

© 2021, Stefan Reutter