Well, My experience with UiPath is quite interesting. I started on UiPath in late January this year. However, since I have the programming background, I was able to grasp everything from zero to where I’m now quite fast than I expected. I was able to complete the certification within just two weeks
So after that, the forum was my friend to learn many things. Unlike other forums, the people here are quite friendly and supportive. So make the best use of them and their knowledge to learn more…
UiPath Studio has many inbuilt activities that are provided by UiPath. However, still there are tasks that are hard and require lot of work to be done which require some coding knowledge or complex workflows. However, to support this, they have a open platform Ui Go! where we community can build our own activities, templates to support such things. As a community contributor, I have identified few scenarios where people get stuck or where people face complexities. I have created some components to address some of those scenarios. The good thing about UiPath Studio is, you can easily integrate the components we have published to the project and use them without much hassle. This makes our automation journey quite interesting and easy. Everyone here in the community can help others in various different ways because we have such freedom here in all platforms UiPath provide.
I have used UiPath for many different projects. One of the best examples I have comes from the company I work for. Recently I architected and developed one automation solution to our company. It’s a HR automation which usually takes 8 hours a week when done manually. After the automation, this task takes only about 1 hour a week. We could gain such efficiency rates by applying the automation. Since UiPath is easy and have lot of support, we can get our development tasks done quite easily and quickly.