When you are attending programming interviews you will always see a specific pattern in which the interviewer asks questions. It’s always good to know about this pattern so that you can perform well during interviews. I term this pattern as “What”, “Why “and “How” pattern .
“What” :- Do you really know the topic.
99% times a logical interviewer starts with “What” first. He tries to get a sense that do you at least have an idea of the topic. For instance let’s say the topic is “Delegate”. So the first question he would spin is “What is a delegate ?”.
In “What” kind of questions the interviewer is expecting sweet and to the point one liners which communicates that yes you know the topic. For example:-
Interviewer :- What is a delegate ?
Jobseeker :- Delegate is a pointer to a function.
Step 1:- Set the mode=”Forms” in web.config file.
Step 2:- In the code behind of the login page we need to call
A simple example of questions around delegate
How do you code a delegate?
Why do you need a delegate?
Some references for preparing .NET interviews:-
- You can start from these 12 important c# interview questions and answer videos
- You can start viewing c# interview questions and answer videos.
- SQL Server interview question videos
- You can also see .NET interview question videos from this youtube channel.
- You can also see .NET and c# interview question blog which is maintained by Shivprasad koirala himself.