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Completed UiPath - RPA Developer Advance Training

After a month of training, with late nights and weekends I have completed the UiPath RPA Developer Advance Training.

The Level 1 Foundation Training pretty much covered all the basics of Desktop studio and workflows, only draw back was I started with the default foundation course which was for 2016, and all document reference links where pointing to 2016 version. I didn't understand it during the foundation training and kept switching to 2018 version document/page.

Only after completing the Foundation course that I realized, I was suppose to have started with the 2018 version of Level 1 Foundation Training, but as it was optional I didn't have to retake the 2018 version, the 2016 was good enough for moving to level 2.

The Level 2 Orchestrator 2018.3 Training as good. It gave good understanding of Queue's, Jobs, and schedules and I was able to complete the level two much faster then the level 1.

The Level 3 UiPath Advanced Training was bit tough as it involved the assignments of complete automation process. I had to push really hard to complete this as there was this deadline of Dec 31st 2018, as from Jan 1st there will be a charge of $800 or so for the same certificates, which were currently free in year 2018. I got a hang of extracting multiple steps to there individual sub-workflows, and how to assign default values to easily test just the subset of workflows so that I don't have to sit through half hour of automation process before the job ends up failing at the last minute. Well initially it was frustrating to see the large job fail at last minute, but breaking the jobs down to small workflow did solve lot of testing issues.

Overall, this has been a great experience to learn Robotic Process Automation using UiPath Desktop Studio.

Diploma of Completion
RPA Developer Foundation Training
Wasay Syed
Date of issue: 12/20/2018


Diploma of Completion
Level 2 - Orchestrator 2018.3 Training
Wasay Syed
Date of issue: 12/20/2018


Diploma of Completion
UiPath Advanced Training
Wasay Syed
Date of issue: 12/31/2018


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