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NET datatypes? NET architecture? Notification Services Service Broker XML Integration Reporting Services Database Optimization Transaction and Locks I am thankful to my wife for constantly encouraging me and also to BPB Publication to give new comer a platform to perform. Finally at the top of all thanks to two old eyes my mom and dad for always blessing me.

I am blessed to have Raju as my brother who always keeps my momentum moving on. I am grateful to Bhavnesh Asar who initially conceptualized the idea I believe concept thinking is more important than execution. Tons of thanks to my reviewers whose feedback provided an essential tool to improve my writing capabilities.

Just wanted to point out Miss Kadambari. Kadam took all the pain to review for the left outs with out which this book would have never seen the quality light. About the author Author works in a big multinational company and has over 8 years of experience in software industry.

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He is working presently as project lead and in past has led projects in Banking, travel and financial sectors. But on the top of all , I am a simple developer like you all guys there doing an 8 hour job. Writing is something I do extra and I love doing it. No one is perfect and same holds true for me.

Believe me guys your harsh words would be received with love and treated to the top most priority. Without all you guys I am not an author. Writing an interview question book is really a great deal of responsibility. I have tried to cover maximum questions for the topic because I always think probably leaving one silly question will cost someones job there. But huge natural variations in an interview are something difficult to cover in this small book. Who knows probably that question can save some other guys job.

Features of the book 51 This book goes in best combination with my previous book. NET Interview questions. One takes care of your front end aspect and this one the back end which will make you really stand out during. NET interviews. Other than core level interview question, DBA topics like database optimization and locking are also addressed.

Replication section where most of the developer stumble, full chapter is dedicated to replication so that during interview you really look a champ. NET integration which is one of the favorites of every interviewer is addressed with great care. This makes developer more comfortable during interview. XML is one of the must to be answered questions during interview. All new XML features are covered with great elegance. Areas like data warehousing and data mining are handled in complete depth.

Reporting and Analysis services which can really surprise developers during interviews are also dealt with great care. A complete chapter on ADO. NET makes it more stronger from a programmer aspect. In addition new ADO.

Must for freshers who want to avoid some unnecessary pitfall during interview. Every answer is precise and to the point rather than hitting around the bush.

.NET interview questions 6th edition (Sixth edition) - By Shivprasad Koirala

Some questions are answered to greater detail with practical implementation in mind. DB level question are mostly for guys who are looking for high profile DBA level jobs. Tips and tricks for interview, resume making and salary negotiation section takes this book to a greater height.

But theres a second stronger reason for writing this book which stands taller than the readers demand and that is SQL Server itself. When it comes to. NET and especially operating system is windows. I treat this great relationship between. In my previous book we had only one chapter which was dedicated to SQL Server which is complete injustice to this beautiful product. So why an interview question book on SQL Server? If you look at any. NET interview conducted in your premises both parties Employer and Candidate pay no attention to SQL Server even though when it is such an important part of development project.

I am not saying these things are not important but if you see in development or maintenance majority time you will be either in your IDE or in SQL Server. Third very important thing IT is changing people expect more out of less. That means they expect a programmer should be architect, coder, tester and yes and yes a DBA also.

For mission critical data there will always be a separate position for a DBA.

But now many interviewers expect programmers to also do a job of DBA, Data warehousing etc. This is the major place where developers lack during facing these kinds of interview. So this book will make you walk through those surprising questions which can sprang from SQL Server aspect.

I have tried to not go too deep as that will defeat the complete purpose of an Interview Question book. I think that an interview book should make you 53 run through those surprising question and make you prepare in a small duration probably with a night or so.

I hope this book takes you to a better height and gives you extra confidence boost during interviews. Best of Luck and Happy Job-Hunting How to read this book If you can read English, you can read this book In this book there are some legends which will make your reading more effective. Every question has simple tags which mark the rating of the questions. These rating are given by Author and can vary according to companies and individuals.

Compared to my previous book. While reading you can come across section marked as Note , which highlight special points of that section. You will also come across tags like TWIST, which is nothing , but another way of asking the same question, for instance What is replication? But for DBA guys every question is important. For instance if you are going for a developer position and you flunk in simple ADO. NET question you know the result. Vice versa if you are going for a DBA position and you can not answer basic query optimization questions probably you will never reach the HR round.

So the best way to read this book is read the question and judge yourself do you think you will be asked these types of questions? For instance many times you know you will be only asked about data warehousing and rather than hitting the bush around you would like to target that section more.

And Many times you know your weakest area and you would only like to brush up those sections. You can say this book is not a book which has to be read from start to end you can start from a chapter or question and when you think you are ok close it. Software Company hierarchy 54 Its very important during interview to be clear about what position you are targeting.

Depending on what positions you are targeting the interviewer shoots you questions. Note:- In small scale software house and mid scale software companies there are chances where they expect a developer to a job of programming , DBA job , data mining and everything.

But in big companies you can easily see the difference where DBA job are specifically done by specialist of SQL Server rather than developers. But now a days some big companies believe in a developer doing multitask jobs to remove dependencies on a resource.

Because of inconsistent HR way of working you will see difference between companies.

So why there is a need of hierarchy in an interview? Interview is a contract between the employer and candidate to achieve specific goals. So employer is looking for a suitable candidate and candidate for a better career.

Normally in interviews the employer is very clear about what type of candidate he is looking for.

How many times has it happened with you that you have given a whole interview and when you mentioned the position you are looking for So be clarified about the position right when you start the interview.

Following are the number of years of experience according to position. Junior engineers are especially fresher and work under software engineers.

Software engineers have around 1 to 2 years of experience. Interviewer expects software engineers to have know how of how to code ADO. Senior Software Engineers have around 2 to 4 years of experience. Interviewer expect them to be technically very strong. Project leads should handle majority technical aspect of project and should have around 4 to 8 years of experience. They are also actively involved in to defining architect of the project.

Interviewer expects them to be technically strong plus should have managerial skills. But they are more interviewed from aspect of project management, client interaction, people management, proposal preparation etc. Pure DBAs do not come in hierarchy as such in pure development projects. They do report to the project managers or project leads but they are mainly across the hierarchy helping every one in a project. In small companies software developers can also act as DBAs depending on companies policy.

Pure DBAs have normally around 6 and above years of experience in that particular database product. That means one or two guys work fulfilling maintenance tickets.

So now judge where you stand where you want to go Resume Preparation Guidelines First impression the last impression Before even the interviewer meets you he will first meet your resume. I was always a bad guy when it comes to resume preparation. But when I looked at my friends resume they where gorgeous.

Now that I am writing series of book on interviews I thought this will be a good point to put in. You can happily skip it if you are confident about your resume. There is no hard and fast rule that you have to follow the same pattern but just see if these all check list are attended. Use plain text when you are sending resumes through email. For instance you sent your resume using Microsoft word and what if the interviewer is using Linux he will never be able to read your resume.

You can not be sure both wise , you sent your resume in Word and the guy has Word 97uuhhh. Attach a covering letter it really impresses and makes you look traditionally formal.

Yes even if you are sending your CV through email send a covering letter. Start with an objective or summary, for instance, Working as a Senior Database administrator for more than 4 years. Implemented quality web based application. Followed the industrys best practices and adhered and implemented processes, which enhanced the quality of technical delivery.

Pledged to deliver the best technical solutions to the industry. Specify your Core strengths at the start of the resume by which the interviewer can make a quick decision are you eligible for the position. For example : Looked after data mining and data warehousing department independently.

Played a major role in query optimization. Worked extensively in database design and ER diagram implementation. Well versed with CMMI process and followed it extensively in projects. This is also a good position to specify your objective or position which makes it clear to the interviewer that should he call you for an interview. For instance if you are looking for senior position specify it explicitly looking for this job profile. Once you have specified briefly your goals and what you have done its time to specify what type of technology you have worked with.

This will give an overview to the interviewer what type of companies you have associated your self. Now its time to mention all your projects you have worked till now. Best is to start in descending order that is from your current project and go backwards.

Number of team members. Time span of the project. Brief summary of the project. Senior people who have huge experience will tend to increase there CV with putting in summary for all project. Best for them is to just put description of the first three projects in descending manner and rest they can say verbally during interview.

I have seen CV above 15 pages I doubt who can read it. Finally comes your education and personal details. A dedicated topic with Questions are given to these categories. Lots of interviewers give importance to data access layer technologies like ADO.

If you are looking for senior position then interviewer probes around project management, UML, Design pattern and architecture questions. So we have separate chapters dedicated only for these topics. We have also provided an excel assessment sheet by which you can assess how much you are redly for.

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NET Interviews. When it comes to. Web Services. COM interrupt, Algorithm writing and so. We have special topics only dedicated to these sections so that you are prepared for any surprised questions.Tapan Das :- If you think you are aiming at becoming a project manager he is the right person to consult. Figure 1. This time I have added some more important questions around serialization, new. Transaction and Locks Just read at least once what company you are going for?

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