Knowledge of and ability to use .NET Framework and .NET Programming Models to design, develop and deploy business applications.
Describes basic concepts and components of .NET.
Distinguishes products and services that fit within the .NET framework from ones that do not.
Identifies hardware devices that can operate in a .NET environment.
Identifies sources for .NET literature, reference materials and tutorials.
Works with one or more components designed for .NET.
Analyzes applicability of .NET functionality to corporate in a technology environment.
Explains the meaning of .NET-specific language and terminology.
Defines all standard features and facilities of the technology.
Assesses the applicability and usability of .NET Framework in different environments.
Works with most .Net features and facilities for application design and development.
Compares .NET strengths and weaknesses versus comparable tools.
Evaluates the pros and cons of applying .NET technology to the corporate intranet.
Debates tradeoffs of lost productivity while learning .NET technology versus long-term gains.
Teaches others to prepare and present valid business cases for adopting .NET and other technologies.
Trains others on techniques for interfacing .NET to other platforms.
Trains others on use of .NET in diverse environments and applications.
Designs and builds interfaces to and from other platforms.
Teaches others about conversion and migration issues.
Leads planned product enhancements and migration processes.
Provides leadership on architecture, network strategy and best practices in the use of .NET.
Monitors .Net trends and assesses implications for the in-house production environment.
- Please list the pros and cons of applying .NET technology to the corporate intranet.
- What kinds of problems did you encounter in .NET development?
- What kinds of problems did you encounter in the use of .NET in diverse environments and applications?
- Tell me about your previous experience with .NET Framework and .NET Programming Models.