October 14th, 2007
Here’s installment #4 of my VB.NET interview questions. Here are the earlier installments:
Feel free to add a comment with your answers. Try to answer them before looking at the comments or searching MSDN or Google for an extra challenge.
No True or False this week
General VB.NET Questions
1. If you wanted to load a bitmap from disk into an object how would you do it?
2. If you have multiple event handlers registered for the same event is it safe to assume they will be fired in a particular order? Why or Why not?
3. When would it be appropriate to create your own exception class?
4. What criteria do you use to balance between code clarity and code performance?
5. Give an example of where you might use recursion. What are some pitfalls of using recursion?
Tough General Interview Questions
1. What do/did you consider your most important duty at your current/previous job?
2. What resources do you feel that you need in order to do your job well?
3. What is your most important career goal right now?
4. What would you say is your strongest skill and why?
5. Would you find more career happiness in a job that allowed you gain new skills or one where your current skills were fully utilized?
Open Ended Questions
1. You have been asked to develop a class that can be used to evaluate user entered email addresses for both desktop and web applications. What approach would you take to designing and coding this class?
2. You have written a web service class that uses several stored procedures on a SQL Server database. It works fine on the development and test servers but, when it’s deployed to production, it fails sporadically with seemingly inconsistent error messages. What would you look for in analyzing this problem?
Have fun with these and let me know what you think about them by leaving a comment or answering the questions.
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