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How to learn UiPath by yourself?

How to learn UiPath(RPA) by yourself?

Audience: RPA enthusiastic.

I received many questions from readers for RPA blogs published before. Few important questions were as below, which triggered me to write this blog.

“How can I start learning RPA?”

“Which RPA tool is better, BluePrism or UiPath?”

“How to get UiPath certification?”

As we know that, to learn RPA we do not require any programming knowledge, so any one with business process knowledge can easily learn it. Let’s discuss how you can do it.

How can I start learning RPA?

To learn RPA, important things you will require are willingness to do it and RPA tool. As most of the RPA tools work in same way, so learning anyone tool can be sufficient. I am taking example of BluePrism and UiPath as they are popularly known.

You can learn UiPath RPA tool absolutely for free and get certified as well for free. No worries, I will let you know how you can do that.

BluePrism is not freely available, you will need licensed copy and then you can learn it. RPA tool is the important thing to start learning RPA. So as UiPath is freely available my preference is for UiPath.

How you can learn and get certified in UiPath?

UiPath provides online training academy for RPA learners and there are very good detailed documentation is also available. So, even RPA enthusiast from non technical background can easily learn it, once you complete their academy training you can get UiPath certification.

It is also freely available for learners. You just need to go to UiPath website and download it, register with UiPath and Start with RPA journey.

Here you can register for UiPath training academy:

You can download UiPath community addition by clicking here : Go to above link and click “GET COMMUNITY ADDITION” second button on the page.

You are all set to start RPA journey!

I want to keep this blog small and to the point. I hope you can start learning RPA with above piece of informaiton.

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This Post Has 8 Comments

  1. Ajeeth Kapoor


    I love all the posts, I really enjoyed.
    I would like more information about this, because it is very nice., Thanks for sharing.

    I would say there is lot of advances happening in RPA tools and more than 20 players already in market and i was talking to an investor he says, if you have any friends working at Jobs where repeated tasks are done, please tell them to get UiPath Training USA
    out of there and look for something else because RPA is going to replace lot of jobs. So if we learn it now for another 5 years we can sustain in IT industry. But as per my research no training institutes are good at teaching these and some claim they have talent of around 3+ yrs exp, but RPA started around 2 yrs back only.

    Thank you very much and will look for more postings from you.


  2. Prasanti

    Really great article Swapnil thanks alot

  3. Sarita Duggal

    Really Helpful information.

  4. Kevin Lee

    Hello Bhukan,

    Thanks for the post, it’s a great piece of article. Really saved my day.

    I have a web-page, where-in a string data exists. My requirement is to get the particular sub-string from the string data and to store it into a clipboard.
    For example, string data is “The flood map for the selected area is number 06037C1620F”. Here, I need to get the sub-string “06037C1620F” into the clipboard for future use.
    I am able to get the sub-string for the first iteration, but the sub-string value is different for different iterations. So, while going for the second iteration, I am unable to get the required sub-string since it is searching for the same sub-string (06037C1620F) which was existing in first iteration.
    Let me know how to get the dynamic strings data to clipboard.
    Any help would be appreciable.
    Appreciate your effort for making such useful blogs and helping the community.


  5. ganesh

    Hi There,
    Thanks for the post. Very good details. Worked like a charm. Good directions.

    Excellent tutorials – very easy to understand with all the details. I hope you will continue to provide more such tutorials.

    1. Ganesh Ponna


      Smokin hot stuff! You’ve trimmed my dim. I feel as bright and fresh as your prolific website and blogs!

      I think it depend at which phase you’re currently with the project. When you’re in an early phase then it make sense to automate the business logic and UI tests. With these you’re able to do really quick regression testing at different systems when you change something.
      Manual tests often require a certain amount of time for creation (if they could be repeated several times). The tester must also document his steps, so that it can be reproduced in the event of a fault. The same thing we have to do here when we report a bug.
      In a late project phase it makes more sense to use manual exploratory test to find handling- or UI bugs (depend on the product).
      Ultimately, it is a question of the complexity of the product, the planed regression cycles and the available budget.
      Thanks a lot. This was a perfect step-by-step guide. Don’t think it could have been done better.

      Many Thanks,

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Swapnil Bhukan

I am an IT Professional, who is expert in Software Testing. Passionate about Automation Testing, persuade ample amount of experience in Investment Banking and E-commerce domain. If you love to know about discussions going on in IT sector, you will feel right at home here. From my posts you will get to know about my point of view and conclusion about the topics I posts.