.Net technical round interview Questions for 2+ Years on OOPs, Asp.Net and General coding

I would like to share my interview questions in the technical round for candidates with 2+ years experience, This was only the first round and later I will also upload the second round interview questions

Here are the questions asked in the Technical Round :

1.What are the new features included in the .Net framework 4.0 compared to earlier versions ?

2.What is cache in .Net ?

3.Difference between overloading and overriding ?

4.Use of Machine.Config ?

5.what is ViewState ?

6.Write the ConnecitonString ?

7.Example of Polymorphism ?

8.Difference between Repeators and data list?

9.What is ADO.Net ?

10.What is a thread ?

11.Details on WPF and WCF ?

12.What is XML ?

13.About AJAX controls ?

14.What is server.transfer and response.transfer ?

15.what is default heap size ?

The above are the important questions asked in the technical round.

Now my first round is cleared and Im waiting for the second round. The second round is with the project manager and after finishing this round i will upload the questions asked by the project manager.

I have not faced the interview with project manager earlier, so if any of you guys have the experience on this Project manager interview round please help me by posting the kind of questions asked by him.



Author: Pawan Awasthi16 Mar 2012 Member Level: Gold   Points : 2

Hai Abhijith,
In the PM round, they will mainly consider your Communication skills, your way of communication and there will be hardly few technical questions many be scenario based.
It will not be pure technical but only some technical falvour with more on the communication.
Also they can ask about the work under pressure, your strengths, your weaknesses etc.
So you should be just confident and dont be in hurry while sitting. You need to be cool as they will not concern more on technical. Just be confident and attend the interview. All the best..

Author: Abhijith Rohit16 Mar 2012 Member Level: Silver   Points : 1

Hi Pawan,
Thanx a lot for the information, this PM round is totally new for me.
This weekend or the next, i'm expecting a call for the second round with the PM.I was worried about the questions i would be asked, but thanx to the valuable information you have provided, now in the PM round i can focus on my communication skills and will try to answer the questions cool and confidently.


Author: Pawan Awasthi21 Mar 2012 Member Level: Gold   Points : 0

Hai Abhijit,
All the best and good luck for your PM round..
I wish that you will crack and get the job..

Author: Abhijith Rohit21 Mar 2012 Member Level: Silver   Points : 0

thank you once again for the best wishes Pawan,

Guest Author: 15 May 2012

Thanks for your link. It's useful for our community.
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Author: Abhijith Rohit16 May 2012 Member Level: Silver   Points : 1

hi tua ngo,
thanks for the much needed encouragement...The link you have provided is very informative and will be helpful to many ....i will make sure to post high quality contents regarding sometopics on .NET....

warm regards,
Abhijith Rohit

Guest Author: maya01 Jul 2012

hi abhijith
tell me one thing r u selected.
tell me in pm round what they ask you

Author: Abhijith Rohit20 Jul 2012 Member Level: Silver   Points : 2

Hi Maya,
the PM round is generally the last technical round, he will be asking you some questions related to the projects which you have mentioned in your resume and he may ask you weather you are aware of some new technologies in .net and most important he will be checking your communication skills, Nothing to worry if you have done till PM round you will be surely selected, after this round there will be HR round where your salary and other related things will be discussed,
All the Best MAYA

Guest Author: prashanthi01 May 2013

Nice questions.

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