From citizen to expert developers, the global, month-long, free, online event – Bot Games Season 2 provides hands-on, how-to-labs for thousands of developers and the opportunity to develop innovative and resourceful automation skills as organizations scale their automation journey
An announcement has been recently made by a global leader in Robotic Process Automation (RPA) – Automation Anywhere, stating that the company has opened registration for Bot Games Season 2, the industry’s only virtual event for developers of all experience backgrounds worldwide.
From citizen to expert developers, the global, month-long, free, online event – Bot Games Season 2 provides hands-on, how-to-labs for thousands of developers and the opportunity to develop innovative and resourceful automation skills as organizations scale their automation journey.
Particularly as process automation has skyrocketed, up-skilling and reskilling to prepare the workforce for the future of work are paramount to IT leaders today. Bot Games Season 2 is one of the company’s largest commitments to its community of more than one million and brings a new set of RPA challenge pages with it. Designed to be solved with a bot, these consist of scored and timed challenges. Also new is simultaneous, real-time performance feedback and inspirational content from a global ecosystem of Automation Anywhere partners and community members.
“CIOs and IT leaders that embrace the power of automation are wanting to up-skill their RPA developers”, said Kristen Engelhardt, senior vice president of Community & Learning at Automation Anywhere. “No other automation provider or RPA vendor runs a free, global up-skilling event like Bot Games, with weekly RPA challenges and community-powered engagement. Up-skilling and reskilling people with diverse backgrounds helps IT leaders and their teams accelerate business impact in the growing automation economy”.
Through 29 April Bot Games Season 2 runs with new challenges released each week and prizes for participants. With events focused on highlighting community developed solutions from developer perspectives, week 5 of Bot Games Season 2 is a Community Week, in addition to live-streamed developer events.
All Bot Games challenges can be completed on Automation 360 or Automation Anywhere’s free-to-use Community Edition.
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