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Last post Jul 23, 2012 11:19 AM by itcouple
Nov 29, 2006 06:53 AM|LINK
I've compiled some notes & Interview Questions on C#, SQL & .NET OOPs...
If interested you may read them at
Nov 29, 2006 08:52 AM|LINK
As someone who does a lot of interviewing, it's always a pleasure to see posts like these, as it gives me a chance to refine my questions to make them much harder.
However, in this case, I'm a little less worried because the incompleteness of the answers (and some of them are just plain wrong) means that anyone prepping from this list is likely to struggle in an interview that I give.
If anyone is actually interested in getting the answers write for decent interview questions, simply study the MS Learning curriculum for the MCTS and MCPD exams for ASP.NET (you can do the exams as well, of course). Once you've got that material off pat,
you'll have a chance of passing an interview.
Nov 30, 2006 09:47 AM|LINK
I would appreciate your suggestions if you can let me know out of your busy sched, the answers that are wrong so that I may refresh them :)
Thanks for the feedback.
Dec 12, 2006 05:26 AM|LINK
Ive added some new questions on the site
Dec 13, 2006 02:48 AM|LINK
As a sample of the inaccuracy (time does not permit me to address all of the inaccuracies), the following questions are wrong or incomplete to a considerable extent:
C Sharp (sic) Rapid Fire Questions 2
1. Partially correct
2. Answer has meaningless first sentence. Second paragraph partially correct.
3. Woefully incorrect. See Singleton pattern.
6. That's an instant fail answer, and shows no appreciation of realistic security awareness.
7. Partially correct, but again shows lack of understanding of how ViewState is used. See TextBox for gaining a real understanding.
8. Partially correct.
9. Shows no real understanding of n-tier architecture.
10. So superficial, and so far off beam as to be unrealistic. Anyone giving this answer is doomed to failure.
11. And the immediate comback: "So explain connected architecture". This is a shambolic space filler of a question and will lead candidates nowhere.
12. "global variable" reflects a lack of understanding of how ASP.NET works. Not correct.
15. That's a complete wrong definition of polymorphism.
19. So which is best in a "loosely coupled solution"? What has coupling got to do with this situation. I think that you've misunderstood coupling.
22. Disadvantages and advantages require at least two items for comparison. So you might be able to ask "What are the disadvantage of using ViewState over Session state to ...".
23. So why would you want to run ASP.NET in Apache?
25. Wrong and incomplete (there is no PageLoad event). Obviously you don't think that it's important to understand these events, because you don't provide an answer.
It is crucial that developers understand these events.
36. Clearly you've never created a cookie in an ASP.NET application in your life, otherwise you would (a) know what the class name is and (b) know how to set the expiry date.
37. Tags have <> around them. They don't have spaces in their names.
38. Tragically wrong. Anyone can dump a buzzword. Try explaining it properly.
40. Check out what transport protocol actually means, and see if SOAP qualifies.
42. Partially correct.
45. See earlier comment on tags. Are you even sure that it's a tag?
As you can see, that's an awful lot of wrong information that you're providing. If you intend to persist in publishing interview question material, please endeavour to make sure that it's at least accurate.
Dec 18, 2006 04:55 AM|LINK
Man...thats the most detailed reply I've got ever. I will surely check them across and re-publish the stuff once correct.
Thanks Dave! Cheers
Dec 26, 2006 04:12 AM|LINK
Merry Xmas to U!
Based on ur immensely invaluable feedback, I've updated the answers to the C# interview questions hosted @
Jan 14, 2007 07:26 AM|LINK
Jan 15, 2007 04:27 PM|LINK
Added this new link: http://aspnetinfo.googlepages.com for ASP.NET 2.0 Interview Questions
Jul 23, 2012 11:19 AM|LINK
Good question and nice website (.net uncle)
I thought I'll share some more
sql Interview questions and answers (you can go to other interview Q&A like basic sql, database questions or BI related questions)