This C# debugging test evaluates candidates’ ability to interpret C# code and debug it based on a set of requirements. The test gives candidates 30 minutes to read through the requirements and fix a partially working script.
C# developers or any other roles requiring practical experience using C#.
C# is one of the most popular general-purpose, object-oriented programming languages. It has a variety of use cases, including mobile applications, game development, and enterprise software. This debugging test covers some important features of C#, like generics, indexers, conditional and looping constructs, and string manipulation.
The ability to understand and debug code is a critical skill for a successful C# developer. As new features are being developed, bugs may be introduced into the code, and it is important for a developer to be able to identify and fix them. Given the collaborative nature of software development, it is also critical to be able to work with and correct the code of other developers.
This test provides candidates a small piece of code that contains one or more bugs. The description clarifies the objective of the code and provides examples to illustrate how it should function. Candidates must then identify and fix the bugs.
Saurabh is an experienced Solution Architect with a primary focus on the Microsoft technology stack. He has worked with companies like Microsoft, Infosys, AIS to build Cloud and On-Premise solutions for many Fortune 500 companies. Saurabh is also a certified Azure and Power Platform Solution Architect. In his free time, he enjoys reading and hiking.
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