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If you use IDEs significantly then that is going to be a significant factor.

If the role involves server side development and you are not being supported by another experienced developer you will be impacted the need to learn OS specific command line tools. If you have been doing a lot of batch files then this won't be as significant. If you have never created a batch file then depending on the role this could be significant.

GUIs depend on what kind of GUI is needed. Standard web stuff is just that. But stand alone applications would be significantly different.

Threading and sockets are different but if you have done that work explicitly on windows (not via some other wrapped API) then it isn't as significant.

UML can mean either one of two things (or both). Working with a UML designer tool or creating UML focused designs. If formal designs are a significant factor and you haven't done this before this might or might not be significant.

That said however, if they are willing to hire you, and you are willing and desire to learn then it can certainly be fun.
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