RPA Weekly for Tuesday, June 2nd, 2020
Antti Karjalainen is the Founder & CEO of Robocorp, a San Francisco and Helsinki based company that set out to change the licensing and delivery model of robotics process automation with open source technologies.
It’s Automic went in-depth on the state of open-source robotic automation with Antti, the roots of Robot Framework, and dove into Robocorp’s upcoming offerings.
Nandan Mullakara shows us a sneak peek of Robocode.
"...the role of the software robot developer will be in high demand, as RPA starts coming available for new kinds of use-cases and broader audiences"
A look at the difficulties of offloading the complexities of AI to someone outside your RPA team.
"The mindset of data scientists drives towards exploratory projects, whereas RPA engineers need quick solutions that move items on the backlog"
Forrester lays out their 10 golden rules for RPA, and makes the important distinction between test automation and RPA.
"Rule #2. Forgo idealized business cases, build sensible RPA." Maybe this should be number 1.
A reddit thread from /r/rpa about good RPA coding practices.