Need an Advice to Attend the Interview

By arulmozhims arulmozhims Points: 0 | Level: Starter | Status: [Member]
Posted on: 12/24/2009 2:56:39 AM | Views: 1514
Hi ,
I have 3 years of work experience in .NET Technologies, Even though i worked for 3 companies in 3 years, I am not able to prove that i have much knowledge when i go outside for big MNC's interview . Because in my first company i worked in VB.NET technology , particularly on the products based, and when I moved to the second company it was fully with ASP.NET and C# , New products and new technology, I havent worked in oops concepts of inheritance and interfaces like. or in 3 tier architecture basis. But the problem is When iam attending interviews now Iam facing it very tough. As iam having experience 3yrs, the interviewer is expecting more. In What way i should prepare for the interviewer, So that i can get through my F2F interview very easily in MNC

sainath's Advice on Sunday, December 27, 2009 :

With developers who have 3+ years of experience, the following are expected:

  • Fundamental programming knowledge is absolutely clear
  • Grasp of OOAD and ability to create object models is clear
  • Can handle modules independently:

The objective of the interview is to validate this. If in case you have not worked on major modules you will have a problem clearing the interview. You need to urgently learn the fundamentals. Also, try and  understand scenarios by discussing the same with other fellow developers.

Chronological increase in experience will be of little use if this time period is not used to raise skills.

"If you have been in the same job for 30 years doing exactly the same thing, it does not count as 30 years of experience. It is 1 year of experience, 30 times repeated."

    -     Warren Veenmann and Sally Eichhorst


Sainath Sherigar,

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