Autodesk Overview

  • www.autode.sk/autodesklife
  • San Rafael, CA
  • 1001 to 5000 Employees
  • 1982
  • Company - Public (ADSK )
  • Computer Hardware Development
  • $1 to $5 billion (USD)

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Autodesk makes software for people who make things. If you’ve ever driven a high-performance car, admired a towering skyscraper, used a smartphone, or watched a great film, chances are you’ve experienced what millions of Autodesk customers are doing with our software. Autodesk ...
Mission: Our vision is to help people imagine, design, and create a better world.

Our mission is to deliver products and services that enable the Future of Making Things.

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"Best place I ever worked for"

19 Jan 2021 - Senior User Experience Designer

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Transparent management, good culture, work-life balance

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Global time zone issue when collaboration happens between continents.
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  1. RPA Developer Lead Interview

    Anonymous Employee in India
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    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at Autodesk (India)

    Interview

    I applied for the job in January 2021 for Lead RPA developer via LinkedIn.

    I was reached out and asked to deliver a full fledged assignment with SDD and project file which I duly delivered in mentioned time limit.
    However, I got a rejection on the same at 18th August 2021.

    No reasons given so ofcourse an unpleasant experience. Just a piece of advice to Hiring team please be cognizant to the effort and toiling a candidate goes through to deliver your assignment and atleast be courteous to respond atleast on time.
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    Exercise Overview This coding exercise covers a wide range of UiPath specific activities and can be completed in a variety of different ways. However, there are 6 requirements that must be adhered to: 1. The coding MUST utilize the UiPath ReFramework. Any code submissions that do not utilize the ReFramework will automatically be labelled as failed submissions 2. All browser activities MUST use Internet Explorer 3. You MUST create all the files as requested in the exercise 4. You MUST write a short summarized paragraph on how you created the code (PDD and/or SDD formats are encouraged but not required) 5. You MUST create a zip file which contains your completed UiPath code (including all project subdirectories) and the CSV files 6. You MUST name the zip file using the following format: <OrchestratorTenantName.YourFirstName.YourLastName>.zip and send to finance.rpa.dev.interview Go to the list of states within the United State in Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_states_and_territories_of_the_United_States) 2. Extract the table containing the 50 states 3. Create a table called “WikiStateTable” that contains the following column headings and data (the column in red listed below is a “bonus column” meaning it is not required but counts as “extra credit”): a. StateNum - (number assigned to each state – each state should be assigned a number 1 - 50) b. StateCapital – Should contain the Capital of each state c. Abbreviation – Should contain the 2 character abbreviation of each state d. StateName – (This is a Bonus column) – Should contain the full name of the state 4. Select 4 states at random from the WikiStateTable (Each time this automation runs, it should select different states) and create a new table called “ZipCodeTable” that should contain 4 states records with the following columns: a. StateNum – copied from WikiStateTable b. StateCapital – copied from WikiStateTable c. Abbreviation – copied from WikiStateTable d. ZipCodeNum – null value e. ZipCodes – null value Fill in the ZipCodeTable with the number of zip codes in the ZipCodeNum column and the actual zip codes placed in the ZipCodes column (each zip code should be separated by the “|” pipe symbol) for each of the 4 states. 6. For each state in the ZipCodeTable, you will create an equal amount of CSV files and Excel files that match the number in the ZipCodeNum column. Each CSV file and Excel file will be named the same as the ZipCode listed in the ZipCode column and the data within each file will also be the Zip Code number. c. Example – ZipCodeNum is 3 and ZipCodes is 12345|67891|13579 then you will have the following results: i. CSV Files 1. 12345.csv (the file will contain the number 12345) 2. 67891.csv (the file will contain the number 67891) 3. 13579.csv (the file will contain the number 13579) ii. XLSX Files 1. 12345.xlsx (Cell A1 will contain 12345) 2. 67891.xlsx (Cell A1 will contain 67891) 3. 13579.xlsx (Cell A1 will contain 13579) 7. Create a short summarized document of how you created the code (PDD and/or SDD formats are encouraged but not required). Please include a list of the project dependencies used in the automation. 8. Create a zip file that contains the following: a. UiPath code (including all subdirectories of the project) b. All csv files c. All xlsx files d. WikiStateTable exported to WikiStateTable.csv e. ZipCodeTable exported to ZipCodeTable.csv f. Document describing summary of code

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Company Updates

13 July 2022
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Interns are the next generation of innovators who will turn their ideas 💡 into new realities, shaping our future environments, products, and experiences 🌎 Meet Alexis 👋 an intern at Autodesk who is doing all of that – and more! (Fun fact: Alexis was recently honored as a 2022 Hispanic Scholarship Fund Scholar!)
Meet the Interns - Alexis Mercado, Software Engineer Intern
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23 May 2022
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Huge shoutout to Kristi Yamaguchi for taking the time to inspire Autodesk Asian Network in honor of Asian Heritage Month!⛸Check out this video to hear some of her gold medal advice! 🥇
Advice from Kristi Yamaguchi - Asian Heritage Month
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Autodesk Awards & Accolades

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