You know who your consumers are, but how do they actually interact with your robots?
What are frameworks good for? Should you follow best practices? Some opinions.
Discover the best features in the recent UiPath fast-track release
We tend to gravitate towards big projects, but small tools can have a large impact in aggregate
If you want to operate on large datasets, Language-INtegrated Queries can be a helpful tool
Just to let you know what I'm doing without wasting a lot of time
Who are the consumers of the automations you build? And how does this affect your decisions?
The acquisitions keep coming with ServiceNow moving into RPA
UiPath acquires API integration company Cloud Elements
Today, I'll have a look at various news items in no particular order
What drives implementation effort for RPA projects and is it possible to reliably estimate it?
Who needs to be involved in your current automation project, why, and when?
UiPath may be moving to a 64-bit architecture to address larger memories. What's that about?
Or: what to do when you don't reap what you sow.
Software AG partners up with Automation Anywhere to provide Process Mining to AA's customers — continuing a recent trend.
After the soft launch, I'm working on tying up some loose ends. Feel free to skip this post
The site is finally ready to launch! Check in to see what's already in store.
How (and why) to divide your project into smaller pieces
Reuse parts of a business process by separating it into sub-processes
Connect different sub-processes with a queue
How to slice your business processes into little re-usable pieces
Execute sub-processes that take an unknown amount of time
Speed up development by judicious use of Extract as Workflow
Speed up workflows that have to wait for optional elements by following this pattern
The menu bar for MS Office (and some other applications) has some... peculiarities that you should know about
You have to choose between two or more mutually exclusive options
If you're asking yourself that question, you're not alone. Read this post to find out what this site is all about!