March 29, 2011

Capgemini Interview Questions WCF,,, Sql server

Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) questions:
1. Difference between web services and WCF?
2. Components of WCF?
3. What is End Point?
4. WCF Hosting types?
5. How many protocols can be used to access WCF?
6. What is WCF Binding?
7. What is WCF contract?
8. What are the transfer modes available?
Oops questions:
1. Features of Oops?
2. What do you understand by polymorphism and message passing?
3. Difference between overloading and overwriting? questions
1. What is the use of private constructor and why to make constructor as private?
2. How to erase unmanaged code objects from memory?
3. What is the use of finalize() method?
4. Why to use GC.Collect() method?
5. How many catch blocks can be created after try block?
6. Can we put try without catch?
7. What is delegate?
8. What are anonymous methods?
9. What will happen if I call 5 times a single anonymous method?
10. What is shared classes? questions
1. What is impersonation?
2. How many securities provided by
3. What is assembly?
4. Difference between assembly and namespaces?
5. What is strong name?
6. What do you meant by late binding?
Sql Server
1. Tell me types of logs generated by sql server?
2. How to perform exception handling in sql server?
3. If I had a before update trigger and I am updating trigger and table in same time what will happen?
4. Single line statement for copy the structure of table to another table?

March 4, 2011


Model: The model contains the core information for an application. This includes the data and validation rules as well as data access and aggregation logic.
View: The view encapsulates the presentation of the application, and in ASP.NET this is typically the HTML markup.
Controller: The controller contains the control-flow logic. It interacts with the Model and Views to control the flow of information and execution of the application.
This separation of entity allows you to have nimbleness and flexibility in building and maintaining your application. For example, by separating the views, you can iterate on the appearance of your application without touching on any of the core business logic. You can also separate work by role, so that, for example designers can work on the views, while developers work on the model.
ASP.NET MVC brings the power of this development paradigm to ASP.NET development, allowing you to use your .NET development skills to build MVC applications.
It gives you
Complete control over your HTML Markup
Enables rich AJAX and jQuery integration
Allows you to create SEO-friendly URLs for your site
Makes Test Driven Development (TDD) easy