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    Dotnet Framework Quetions for 6+ experience

    Are you looking for a information on advanced .NET questions ? want Dotnet Framework questions for 6+ yrs exp ? then read this thread to know more about it

    I need advanced Dotnet Framework questions for 6+ yrs exp.
  • #726883

    Following are the questions on dot net framework.

    1)Garbage Collection and its generation.
    3)Comparison of .Net Framework in version 2.0,3.5,4.0 and 4.5

    Thanks & Regards


  • #726885
    Some example Interview Question for 6+ Year experience in .Net Technologies are given below;
    [1]What is .Net Framework ?
    [2]What are the advantages of .Net?
    [3]Types of Authentication and Authorization in IIS.
    [4]What is boxing and unboxing concepts in .net?
    [5]Where is the assembly version information stored ?
    [6] Where is the assembly version information stored ?
    [7]How to prevent my .NET DLL to be decompiled ?
    [8]What are Globalization and localization? How to implement them?
    Do you need more same papers in .Net Technologies ?
    Mark as your answer.

  • #726910
    6+ experience in .NET technology is a expect you as responsible role. you need to concentrate on menegerial things, resource managment, team handling, meet deadlines, encourage team and take care of all advanced technique used in .NET
    - WCF
    - WPF
    - Webservices
    - LINQ
    look in to following links, it may help you more

    Editor, DotNetSpider MVM
    Microsoft MVP 2014 [ASP.NET/IIS]

  • #726927
    Dear kali Raj,

    Dotnet Framework Quetions for 6+ experience is as follows:-

    1. Different between dot net framework.
    2. CLR, CTS, Garbage Collector.
    3. OOPs Concepts.
    4. Code conversions.
    5. Managed and Un-Managed code.

    Happy Coding.

  • #727320

    Refer this pdf for interview question.

    I dont have much experience like you my friend but my seniors suggested me this.

    Hope it is useful.


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