Hi - I’m new to UiPath and RPA, but it’s an interesting way to build software.
I’ve been involved in the craft of software for many years at this point. And one of the tough parts of the job is making sure that the software you write is both correct and maintainable. In more traditional software development environments, things like code reviews and automated test suites (ideally done in a TDD fashion) may not solve the problem, but they boost confidence in the the correctness and maintainability of your code.
I’m curious if there is much support, culture, or best practice literature I can review on how to encourage this for UiPath in particular and RPA apps in general. Are you folks doing these kinds of standard engineering practices?
Thanks in advance.