.NET Solutions Architect
Access knock out questions for this role which assess a candidate’s initial technical fit.
Here’s a recap of Dot Net Solutions Architect TechIEtalks, a LIVE Twitter Q&A session hosted by eTeki Expert interviewer on every 4th Thursday of the month. A subject matter expert answers burning questions for technical recruiters about attracting and screening candidates.
Q1 – Are tech meet-ups a must?
A1 – Yes. They give recruiters an understanding of the current technology skills updates.
Q2 – Best knock-out interview question to validate experience of a .NET Solutions Architect?
A2 – What is two way binding? Explain Knockout View Model?
Q3 – Favorite traits of a successful recruiter?
A3 – Recruiters should be collaborative with candidates & interviewers & provide specifics about the position. For example, if it’s an individual contributor role, be sure it’s mentioned in the JD.
Q4 – Worst experience with a recruiter?
A4 – None! So far all the recruiters have been fully prepared, communicated properly, and asked great questions.
Q5 – When is it best to use online skills tests?
A5 – Tailor assessments to each role. If the position is full stack developer, a coding exercise must be part of the screening process.
Q6 – Other than Github & Stackoverflow where are tech people online?
A6 – While StackOverflow is the best for all technologies, I recommend for .NET & MVC check out www.codeproject.com. and for Angular look into www.angular.io
Q7 – Why do IT interviews successfully predict role/stack fit?
A7 – Interviewers look into a candidate’s real time experience by asking for specific solutions and can better judge candidate suitability for the position.
Q8 – Why disrupt the status quo of only internal tech interviews?
A8 – Online interviews give candidate freedom. They can attend from a comfortable place & at a convenient time. The candidate feels less tense and can give stronger answers. It’s also simpler logistics for an early in the process technical round.