For a .Net Developer’s job, preparing for an interview could be difficult due to the fact that the .Net is a wide subject. Even if you have experience as a .Net Developer and you are quite good at your job, it actually doesn’t guarantee that you’ll do well in a .Net interview.

.Net Developers use only some sections of the .Net in their work, and most times they have the assistance of an IDE such as Visual Studio. In an interview, you will have to do without an IDE.

Interviewers pick only those analysts who are really good at their work and who also do amazingly well in answering questions presented to them. To be good at your work as a .Net Developer, you need to have a good understanding many things, like your .Net Developer tools, understanding of the workflow and at least some experience as a .Net Developer through an internship or previous jobs.

During an interview on .Net, questions are asked on important areas like .Net Framework, VB.NET, C#.NET, Managed C++, ASP.NET and others.

Here are some tips that you should know before stepping into a room with interviewers.

Have knowledge on .Net framework
.Net framework is an environment that facilitates Object Oriented Programming Model for multiple languages. It can also be described as a programming infrastructure created for building, deploying, and running applications and services that use .Net technologies, such as desktop applications and web services.
Knowing your way around the .Net framework will be of help to you in an interview, as you may be asked questions pertaining to the .Net framework environment.

Know your tools as a .Net Developer
This aspect is very important, as a .Net Developer, knowing all or most of the tools used by .NET developers would be of extreme importance to you during an interview. Each tool has specific tasks that they perform. Some basic tools you need to know as a .Net Developer are:

  • Visual basic (VB).
  • SharpDevelop.
  • TortoiseSVN
  • Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio Express
  • .NET Reflector

.Net Object Oriented Programming Concepts
.Net Object Oriented Programming concepts involves class, encapsulation, abstraction overloading, overriding, overshadowing, interface, constructor and so many others. Knowing all of these concepts will save you from stuttering during your interview.

Have a good understanding of ASP.Net
Having good understanding of ASP.NET will be of great help during an interview. ASP.NET is was developed to enable programmers to build dynamic web sites, web applications and web services.

As a .Net Developer preparing for an interview, there are basic things you need to know before sitting on the hot seat. Things like your developer tools, and other concepts should remain primary.

There are also needs which are secondary, such as going through questions, being confident, not speaking too much, dressing moderately and other prerequisites.