Re: [dotnet-130] Interview questions

From: David D.
Sent on: Wednesday, January 13, 2010 6:07 PM
I got a new job a few months ago. I had been doing C#/.Net for the past
two years but the job was linux based. So I guessed what key programming technologies
would be important and wrote some sample programs to refresh my
memory. It turned out several of the key interview questions were exactly
what I did in the example program.

I also sent an example project several days before the interview by email. That
went over really well - they were able to see exactly what I could
do.

I would pick some C#/.Net areas that are challanging (say mutlithreaded UI at a minimum)
and write a good program example to show off what you can do and either bring it with
you or email it before time. Many of the technologies of interrest will be in
the published job description.


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>From: Scott Bellware <[address removed]>
>Sent: Jan 13,[masked]:27 PM
>To: [address removed]
>Subject: Re: [dotnet-130] Interview questions
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>It depends entirely on the company you're interviewing with, and
>whether they're down-the-line orthodox Microsoft or whether they lean
>more toward the progressive approaches in the agile and open source
>communities within the .NET space.
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>If you're interviewing for a more corporate job, the questions will
>likely center on stock .NET API's and data accesses basics, and maybe
>a sprinkling of basic OO questions.  If you're interviewing for a more
>progressive company, you're likely to get hit with more advanced
>design questions revolving around design principles and the tools,
>API's, practices, and patterns that support them.
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>And of course, it depends on whether it's a junior job or a senior job.
>
>I don't really know that you can prepare for an interview.  You know
>what you know.  If you're rusty, you might spend a couple of days
>coding to get warm again.
>
>best,
>Scott
>
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>On Wed, Jan 13, 2010 at 5:01 PM, Elze H <[address removed]> wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
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>> Do any of you have tips on how to prepare for a technical interview as a C# or .NET developer? I have an interview scheduled for next week. What kinds of technical questions might be asked? What questions would you ask if you were hiring people for a .NET developer's position?
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>> I would appreciate any advice.
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>> Thanks,
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>> Elze
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