I failed on the rpa certification quiz and wanted to know if I can still retake it again without paying again like what they say for 3 times. Thanks
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I believe it shouldn’t be a problem. I think you can reset your attempts in the menu of the old certification website yourself.
For the new certification, however, please check here:
how about resources about reframework Sir ?
I’m not sure I understand the question. All academy courses are free
I already have finished the academy , I am now looking for other resources or files to study reframework , orchestrator and queue.
Och, I see. Personally, I would suggest you to go over every activity in the ReFramework one by one. The best way to do so is to start the debugging session and by using the Step Into activity to jump one activity at the time.
This way you will go over the entire execution flow, showcase how the variables change and what exactly happens at each step.
Otherwise, I think you can browse for some community driven tutorials, i.e. on YouTube or LinkedIn