hi i am a newbie in RPA programming, looking forward to learning and sharing
Hello! I am Neha Natesh. Currently preparing to take the associate certification. So joined the forum
I have recently joined this forum. Hope together we will learn and share knowledge.
I am a new UiPath Developer for USDA and looking forward to the “Reboot Your Skill” course starting Monday, May 2, 2022!
See you there!
Hello, I am with a company who is an Enterprise client and am using the community edition for training purposes. I am a non-programmer type and would like to learn rpa. I’m already stuck as the Automation cloud keeps signing me out of the session and I need to know why…so here I am!
Greetings, my name is Maria Gutierrez and I look forward to knowing more about UiPath and get certified in order to help businesses in their automation journey.
Hello, I am Raymond. I am a freelancer. I helped a company automate one of their processes, but, I never got help build/write the commands for the robot. Which seems like the most interesting part to me!
My name is KelClarke. I am new to uipath and will like to discover rap and automation
I am from WA, south
Hi I am Mitali, I studied IT and working in IT since the beginning of my career. Excited to join this forum and pleased to have this learning opportunity with you all. Looking forward.
Could you help me get started ?
I’m a bit lost but please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Sunshine, one of the newbies here. I have started a UiPath course because I wanna learn to develop in UiPath in combination with HTML. Learning about development has always been a great interest of mine and I would like to dive in the developer world while connnecting and working with people.
I started the full path with lots of excitement. However, I think that I missed some sort of introduction to get started properly… And now I fees like I’m lost because there was a homework assignment. that for some reason I was not fully aware of and I don’t know who to go to ask question and to ensure I’m back on track.
Glad I could make it here, excited to start with UIPath.
Howdy, from the deep south.
I work for Dell and am trying to change my career course into the world of automation. I talked my way into a license for Udemy for Business and have been hard at work learning UiPath for the past couple of weeks.
I am loving the software so far.
Studio 2022.4.1 - 5/2/2022
License Provider: Orchestrator
Update Channel: Stable
Microsoft Windows 10 Enterprise 64-bit
Hello, my name is Dimitri and I discovered RPA as part of a work-study program because I am preparing a designer diploma, application developer
I am Yugan Nithish Kumar, i am choosing RPA as my career, i hope this decision will be the best one in my life. I'm preparing for Associate certification
My name is Bob. I am new to UiPath and have not done much coding in probably ten years so I am a rusty robot. I have done work with Coldfusion and Tableau visuals in the past. Look forward to learning the new stuff.
This is Himanshu Yadav, I work as a Global RPA Engineer and always try to find new interesting topic and UiPath Forum is the best place to find new topics as UiPath Developers keep posting new issues/solutions they faces during their development. which is the best way to learn new things. So that’s the reason I am here to learn and share my knowledge with you all
Thanks and Happy Automation
Really excited after joining this forum
I’m also a newbie to the world of RPA. I’ve completed the RPA Developer Foundation course, and I’m starting to work through the RPA Advanced Dev today. I’m excited to learn more and interact with everyone via the forums!
Nice to meet everyone,
hi! I’ve tried to explore UiPath before but I was not successful in my attempt. I’m trying again hoping that this time - I can help many by leveraging this tool for everyone who needs it. please help me help others!
I’m Marcelo Albajari. I work in development and IT management projects since 1988 and I have extensive experience with Oracle and ERP applications.
I started working with UiPath in 2019 and currently I’m deeply involved in automation strategy, design and development.