Alexander and I spoke about machine learning in automation, some common myths and misconceptions, as well as the community aspect of software and how to get involved.
A conversation between Andrew Davison from Luhhu, a no-code automation company, Gero Keil from colabel, and myself. We speak about the most complex automation Andrew has done for a customer, what he took away from it, and a bit more.
Rudolf Kuhn (UiPath, founder of Process Gold) and I are speaking about process mining, a key success factor in automating complex processes.
Yep, you read that right – an automation tool for people who are already automating all day long! Wayscript is a new tool that helps developers move their scripts to the cloud and thereby automate tasks with little development overhead. This episode is a conversation with Jesse Orshan, who is one of the co-founders of the company.
Jason works at Kuehne + Nagel, one of the largest logistics companies worldwide and has been heavily involved in a company-wide automation project. We are speaking about how automation projects are being handled at larger firms and dive into his experience working on this project in a corporate setting and touch some of the strategic aspects as well as how to get people to join in on such a project on an operational level. If you have questions or feedback, feel free to directly reach out to me through one of our channels. You can also connect with Jason via LinkedIn (in/connerjason) if you want to discuss topics in more detail.
John McKeague is an experienced automation developer with a large arsenal of tools and technology under his belt. In this episode, he explains how he went from being an astrophysicist to becoming an automation developer. This is the raw essence of a 2-hour conversation on a variety of things, including: - RPA with all its benefits and drawbacks - More advanced forms of automation involving machine learning - How to get started with automation I am really glad that we got the opportunity to connect and I want to give a shout-out to the wonderful website and community www.indiehackers.com where we met in the first place.
A brief introduction to Automation Masters and what to expect: Motivation, topics, format and a little bit about your show host