I'm a programming graduate with no exprince. tomorrow I'm going to do my C# practical interview.
What must i expect wn I go the,if you have any task that you can suggest,please free to post it so that I can create it and see wr I'm laking.
I'm ready for the practicals,just wana know from you guys.
Your help will be highly appreciated.
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Well, that depends on where you are. Interviews differ from country to country: some questions that are perfectly acceptable in one country, are considered rude (or even forbidden by law) in others. Your profile says you are in the USA (I would guess you're from South Africa: my mistake?), so you can google for "programmer job interview" and "c# interview questions" and get some pointers (even about how to dress).
If you're going to an interview in a company that has a Web site, visit that site and try to extract from it relevant information. Developing games is different from developing enterprise software which is different from developing an in-house Web site: relevant questions will also be different.
Best of luck in your interview,
Well, you already received a lot of advice when you posted this question in the Lounge; a pity you ignored most of it.
Given that we have no information on the job you are going for it's impossible to say what the questions are. They may want you to write a simple program, design a few classes or even write a web page. Whatever it is it's up to you to make sure you have studied the areas that are relevant to the position you seek.
Basics of C#!
OOP's concept to start with. If you have done your course with attention and tried few small programs then just be confident - there would not be anything new.
All the best.
Just an advice... try to write correctly. SMS-text says a lot of bad things about one person, that can make you loose possibilities very fast.
Said that... C# is a wide language, and required technical skills depends greatly on the tasks you are going to do. Without more information about the job or the firm where you are going to be interviewed, it is quite difficult to say anthing.
General things to take in consideration are:
- Stay calm
- Be honest
- Be confident but stay realistic
- (If relevant) Give the hand properly when meeting your interviewer
- Wear something formal (try to avoid too casual clothes)
- Don't lie and don't over-exagerate your skills
- Try to keep a smile in your face
- Try to have a conversation with the other people, it is not a 3rd degree in the police station or a quiz magazine on TV
- Switch your cell-phone off
- Don't forget that the waiting room can be part of the interview. Behave correctly the whole time.
Good luck in your interview.
24 Apr '12 - 12:37
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