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Can any one provide me the interview questions for 4+yrs experience in .net and sql server 2005. I heard that most of the interviews they are asking about the WCF and WPF.
 
Thanks in advance
Posted 8-Feb-11 3:41am
Edited 8-Feb-11 3:56am
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If that's what you heard, then that's what you should study up on. Chances are pretty good that they'll be asking fairly basic questions, but that really depends on the amount of experiecne they're looking for. Without a fairly basic understanding of the cited technologies, you're going to have a hard time during the interview. Knowing specific answers to specific questions will NOT carry you through the interview if you can't answer unexpected questions.
 
In short, you might be able to talk the talk, but you better be able to walk the walk.
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SAKryukov at 8-Feb-11 17:16pm
   
Of course you're right. Majority of questions in real practice are so idiotic so I would rather worked with candidates who failed them! I use my own methods but cannot say they are much better. At least I never require buzzword, memory and even intellectual exercise (in many companies they love them, but this is stupid as well). Job needs ability to understand, which is hard to access.
--SA
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If you're asking such question, I would question your ability to evaluate candidates.
Also, goo interview questions are really hard to invent; I rarely share them (but I do; the potential interviewer should pass my interview though).
 
Also, see my comment to John's answer, which is good.
 
—SA
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I hope these will help you.
 
Look at Shivprasad koirala[^]'s article collections in Codeproject[^] also his website[^] where you can find many interview questions & FAQs in .NET & all other topics.
 
WCF interview Questions[^]
 
WCF Interview questions[^]
 
WCF Interview Questions (54)[^]
 
WPF Interview Questions (24)[^]
 
WPF Interview Questions and Answers[^]
 
WPF WCF WWF interview Questions And Answers[^]
 
SQL Server Interview Questions and Answers[^] (It's more than enough for you)
 
For more
 
WCF and WPF interview questions[^]
 
SQL server interview questions[^]
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SAKryukov at 8-Feb-11 18:51pm
   
Those interview questions stimulate learning by heart, not understanding!
Sorry, I will don't recommend them.
Those question will only chase wise hard-working developers who find it boring to learn all that but know there tools very well and can find good solutions.
Bad, very bad!
--SA
thatraja at 8-Feb-11 20:06pm
   
/*Sorry, I will don't recommend them. */
Me too. But I just gave him centralized answer for him(like collecting stones/sand to build a sand house for a kid).
/*Bad, very bad! */
Agree but I don't want him to get disappointed(because his expectation is similar of my answer) :-)
SAKryukov at 8-Feb-11 20:13pm
   
Thank you for this note.
I can understand you motivation, sure, but this is still my opinion.
Industry generally suffers from poor judgment of developer's capabilities, but this in not an evil will of anyone: the industry itself is immature and most places professional culture is still rare.
Thank you for understanding, best wishes,
--SA
thatraja at 8-Feb-11 20:20pm
   
I agree your both comments SA. But the biggest funny thing is he was asked the question & mentioning that 'need for 4+years experience'.
Cheers SA
SAKryukov at 8-Feb-11 20:40pm
   
I didn't really understand what's so funny about 4+ years. Is it too little or too much?
(I remember there was very good article called like "Teach yourself programming in... 10 years.) To me, all that years is pretty much idiotic as well, especially "how many years in Java, how many years in C#"? Starting certain level it's never important...
--SA
thatraja at 8-Feb-11 20:45pm
   
Actually Interview questions are classifying as basic, intermediate, advanced, not based on years,....that's what I said.
(Ex1. Need java interview questions for 5 year experience....which is funny)
(Ex2. Need java basic interview questions.....which makes sense)
That's it.
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Solution 1

Your question is too generic. Start with the MSDN topics for WCF and WPF, and then move on to articles, books, and samples from there.
 
WCF : http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms735119(v=vs.90).aspx[^] (first Google result)
 
WPF: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms754130.aspx[^] (first Google result)
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ursmarter at 8-Feb-11 8:47am
   
Thank you Nishant....
Nishant Sivakumar at 8-Feb-11 8:48am
   
You are welcome.
Manfred R. Bihy at 8-Feb-11 17:30pm
   
Accepted answer gets a vote of one. Can't have that 5+
Nishant Sivakumar at 8-Feb-11 18:42pm
   
Thank you Manfred. I got curious and checked, and it was a Platinum down vote too. Really puzzling why a Platinum member would do that!
Manfred R. Bihy at 9-Feb-11 7:28am
   
That is a bit saddening. (Just out of curiosity: How can you check this yourself. Or did you derive that by seeing that I have platinum status and the result ( 1 + 5 ) / 2 is exactly 3?
Nishant Sivakumar at 9-Feb-11 8:55am
   
Yeah, that + the reputation score log shows -16 (which is a Platinum down vote).
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Richard MacCutchan at 5-Aug-13 5:38am
   
Why are you answering questions that are more than two years old?

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