.NET Interview Questions

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Jul 22, 2014

Interview Question for Senior .NET Developer at Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas:

“Syntax for SQL group by”


Jul 22, 2014

Interview Question for Senior .NET Developer at Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas:

“What are the four phases in the Agile model?”


Jul 22, 2014

Interview Question for Senior .NET Developer at Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas:

“What key do you press to Step Over? Step Into? Toggle?”


Jul 22, 2014

Interview Question for Senior .NET Developer at Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas:

“What is the most common test pattern?. This is mostly common sense for a good developer (which I consider myself to be) and I know how to write rock-solid unit test methods, and I've seen this…”


Jul 10, 2014

Interview Question for .NET Developer at Zensar Technologies Limited:

“Whare do you see yourself in 3 years?”


Jul 2, 2014

Interview Question for .NET Developer at Helpdesk Response:

“Asked about what salary I wanted by company president”


Jun 30, 2014

Interview Question for Senior .NET Developer at HealthStream:

“The questionnaire asked for code that I found to be particularly satisfying or interesting. No company that I have worked for would ever release their proprietary work-for-hire code to another…”


Jun 2, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at Colonial National Mortgage:

“It was pretty easy-going really, no real "gotcha's". Basic stuff about SSIS, and REST/ WCF. The whole team (about 8 people) were in the interview, and each one got to ask a single question. They…”


May 23, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at CapTech Ventures:


May 19, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at Wells Fargo:

“Questions were straightforward. The questions involved what tools you were familiar with and how much experience you had with certain environments.”