Miscellaneous: Generics, Delegates, Extensions
C# Syntax, C# Statements: "try-catch", "using"
Entity Framework, LINQ to SQL
Object-Oriented Programming (OOP)
Value Types vs. Reference Types
Miscellaneous: Structs, Singleton Pattern, Direct Cast vs "As" Operator
Kandio’s assessment tests let you assess the candidates, employees, agencies or freelancers you have concerning any C# and .NET task you might have.
Remember that Kandio offers guidelines on which programmers to proceed with, and which ones to discard. Kandio will give you reliable directions about things programmers should know about, but a programmer can be excellent, even if he does not know about all of these things.
We suggest that you use our tests before your interview process to know which ones actually to talk to. The final Kandio report should be a piece of conversation with the strong candidates, rather than a disqualifying process in a late stage interview process.
This exam holds 20 difficult questions and will spot out a strong C# and .NET developer from a poor one.
The range of topics is diverse and challenging, and from this test, you will know if a candidate has the right skill-set to board your C# or .NET project.
Our exam is developed by industry-leading C# and .NET specialists, with a combined coding-experience of over 30 years.
We hope that you or your organization will make good use of this assessment test. A lot of work has gone into creating this it, and we are confident that it’s the strongest piece of assessment on the market.
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