137 Microsoft developers in 72 agencies found

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Updated: 20 Feb 2019
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Updated: 22 Feb 2019
Manual QA Engineer
I am a highly motivated person and I am always looking for a new experience and new projects. I am interested in all kinds of sport as special skiing, swimming, jumping with parachute also mountain...
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GMT+3 Middle East
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Updated: 20 Feb 2019
Full Stack Developer
With plenty of experience working in Java, he loves being a part of the development process and contributing with constructive ideas. He’s our wildcard, always willing to jump into the most complex ch...
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GMT-3 South America East
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Updated: 19 Feb 2019
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Updated: 19 Feb 2019
DO
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Updated: 18 Feb 2019
VK
Mobile/Web Developer with 5 + years of experience. Main stack: React Native, JavaScript, Node.js, React.js
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Updated: 18 Feb 2019

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Microsoft Expert Interviewing Essentials

Nowadays many companies partner with Microsoft and use Microsoft-based programming languages and technologies to develop their software products. Therefore, such companies need Microsoft qualified developers who will be able to work with Microsoft technologies and deliver the code that is compliant with Microsoft’s best practices.

Interviewing a Microsoft Expert: Tech Skills

Questions that you will ask Microsoft programmers during the technical interview will typically depend on your project requirements. However, the basic tech skills of a Microsoft programmer should be as follows:

  • Ability to understand and evaluate algorithms.
  • Fundamentals of object-oriented programming such as GoF patterns classification, OOD principles, SOLID principles, Cohesion/Coupling, etc.
  • Visual Studio. Visual Studio is a must-have suite of tools for developers working Microsoft products.  With this powerful IDE, Microsoft programmers write code, test, debug, deploy, and control the quality.
  • Microsoft SQL Server. Microsoft SQL Server is a relational database management system that the developers specialising in Microsoft use to store the data. Besides, complex ERP and CRM systems use Microsoft SQL Server to retrieve the enterprise or customer-related data from the databases.
  • .NET. This cross-platform and open-source framework is used by Microsoft programmers to develop the backend for many different application types. .NET enables the Microsoft specialists to use multiple languages, libraries, and editors to build web, mobile, and desktop applications.
  • C#. This object-oriented language is the most common language for .NET framework programming and is used to develop applications for Microsoft platform. For example, applications that are based on Microsoft Dynamics CRM use C# for their APIs.
  • C/C++. The C and C++ languages are the core languages for Windows OS. Microsoft programmers use these languages to develop apps for Windows.
  • Windows PowerShell. This configuration management framework consists of a command-line shell and associated scripting language. Microsoft experts use Windows PowerShell to automate various tasks.

These are the key technologies, proper knowledge of which should be demonstrated by your Microsoft specialists candidate. Other technical interview questions should be more project-specific. Nevertheless, we hope that you will find a perfect candidate for the Microsoft programmer role on your project.