Net Software Engineer Interview Questions

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Mar 7, 2014

Interview Question for Senior Software Engineer, C++, C#, .NET at Cox Digital Solutions:

“He asked to explain the difference between an SQL inner join and outer join. Also, explain the SQL "HAVING" keyword. Also asked me to explain C# interface and abstract keywords.”

Feb 13, 2014

Interview Question for Senior Software Engineer (.NET) at Cogent HMG:

“I did not find any.”

Feb 4, 2014

Interview Question for Software Engineer (.NET) at Cornerstone Automation Systems:

“What is the thing .NET fixed?”

May 24, 2013

Interview Question for .NET Software Engineer at Compass Learning:

“Well if you are applying for the .Net Software Engineer position make sure you know Restful web services.”

May 9, 2013

Interview Question for ASP.NET Software Engineer at AMCAD:

“Don't remember, but many about MVC and C#.”

Feb 1, 2013

Interview Question for C#/ASP.Net Software Engineer at 3E Company:

“15) What is singleton pattern ? And what are the advantages and disadvantages ?”

Dec 13, 2010

Interview Question for .NET Position (Software Engineer) at Infosys:

“Write a SQL query (join) that used count and group by correctly. They had set up a situation where there were two tables that needed joining (Person and Employees).”

Jun 14, 2010

Interview Question for Senior .NET Software Engineer at Wilmington Trust:

“On a scale of 1 to 10 how do you rate yourself as a SQL Developer”

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