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Hi,

1) I need latest series of interview questions in asp.net 2.0 and sql server with answer. If anyone have plz forward.

2) Sorry to request this question in .net forum, But I am looking for the sql queries(tricky one) that interview generally ask in interview session.

Plz... plz.... forward material if anyone have.

Tons of Thanks in Advance

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The first question I always ask is:

If you are in dire need for some information, do you post a "it's urgent" message on a news board (and in the wrong category) or would you rather prefer to search for some useful information using a search engine like Google?

Guess what answer I prefer......

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Thnx for ur suggestion imr, But let me tell you one thing that i serached a lot on net and sure i find some information, then i move to wrox forum. In fact regarding queries i did not find much. I was expecting some good response from wrox. If you don't have any help material read and leave the topic, there is no need to put ur worthless suggestion.

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It's not a worthless answer; it's a very useful answer and one that comes from the real world. Besides suggesting to post in the right forum it also suggest to Google for information.

I just tried a simple Google search, and the first 10 results yielded over hundreds of relevant ASP.NET interview questions. I can get the same for SQL server. So, searching Google *does* give you good result. Apparently, you didn't search well enough.

In that case, you could have posted something like "I searched Google for X, Y and Z but only got results 1, 2 and 3 which are useless to me because I need 4, 5 and 6" and so.

With your post, you showed you didn't really search that hard, or understood the search criteria or expected results which is odd for somebody posting in a Professional forum.....

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More importantly: If you need to urgently ask a forum for interview answers and questions, then you clearly are not ready for the interview and are attempting to be able to answer questions you do not know the answers to.

Let me offer some advice: if you can't answer a question from knowledge you have (i.e. experience), tell them you don't know. I would much rather interview a candidate who will admit they don't know an answer. What does it say about someone who just memorizes the answers? Do you want your heart surgeon to have a medical license because he memorized the answers to the medical exam questions? Heck no... I expect him to have experience fixing hearts. Perhaps this is too extreme example, but the fact is, the same principle applies. Be honest with questions. A worthwhile employer will recognize if you have the skill to learn what you need to for you job. If they don't, you don't want to work for them anyway.

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I understand now that i was searching information in wrong place. Thanks Imar and Planoie for ur kind response.



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