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.NET Programming - C#


Berke offers the following tests:

  • .NET Programming - C# 2.0
  • .NET Programming - C# 3.0
  • .NET Programming - C# 4.0
  • .NET Programming - C# 5.0

.NET Programming - C# 2.0

42 questions

The .NET Programming - C# 2.0 test poses real-world questions in order to assess skill levels of the test taker in Microsoft .NET Programming - C# 2.0. Specific topical areas include C# Language Fundamentals, Programming with C# 2.0, Using XML Web Services with C# 2.0, and Application Settings and Deployment. This test is intended for those wishing to demonstrate their programming abilities using C# 2.0 in the .NET environment as well as a general understanding of .NET itself. This assessment focuses on 2.0 features but includes questions that are applicable for both 1.1 and 2.0.

.NET Programming - C# 3.0

40 questions

This .NET Programming - C# 3.0 test poses real-world questions in order to assess the skill levels of the test taker in Microsoft .NET Programming - C# 3.0. Specific topics covered include C# Language Fundamentals, Programming with C# 3.0, Creating an Application, Building .NET Based Applications, and Application Settings and Deployment. Additional topics explored include Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), LINQ, and Lambda coding. This assessment focuses on C# 3.0 features but includes questions that are applicable for C# in general.

.NET Programming - C# 4.0

40 questions

This .NET Programming – C# 4.0 test is designed to assess the knowledge of test-takers concerning the basics of the C# 4.0 language. The topics covered include data types, object-oriented programming, basic concepts, LINQ, and exception handling. It is appropriate to administer this assessment to test takers with beginner and intermediate level knowledge of C# 4.0.

.NET Programming - C# 5.0

41 questions

This .NET PROGRAMMING - C# 5.0 test is designed to assess the test taker's knowledge on.NET PROGRAMMING - C# 5.0. The questions focus on several broad categories such as class design, exception handling, logging, class library, session state, LINQ, threading, caching, asynchronous programming, integration, I/O, accessing database, WCF service, security, web scraping, best practices, etc. and new features in C# 5.0. These questions test the developer's knowledge of development with at least one year of experience.

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