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Hi All,

I have earnt my living as a self taught 1 man ASP.Net commercial developer for the past 5 years without any fellow developers judging me (1st 3 years VB.NET and the remaining 2 years using C#).

I have decided to look for employment as a developer. I know that there are going to be quite a few learning curves, particularly working in a team agile environment.

I have applied for quite a few roles recently and the face to face interviews are on the horizon. All positions are entitled 'ASP.NET 3.5 C# Web Applications developer with SQL Skills' and require a short 'Microsoft' related test before the actual interview.

As I am an organic/self taught developer I am a little worried on the types of questions that may be fired at me.

Can anyone share their expereinces with me or even give me an idea of the type of questions I should be prepared for?

Many thanks,

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