We can’t take ‘Human’ out of “Human Resource” but the technology can surely reduce the efforts and time involved in the recruitment process. Technology is rapidly impacting every aspect of business, allowing companies to automate a lot of different process, including the recruitment process. Most of the companies are keeping up with this technology and are highly successful in finding the top talent. These companies don't just glance at the candidate’s resume and then hire whoever looks good, but instead use four automated practices to find top talent.
Let’s face it. Many companies struggle to find good NoSQL developers. And, if they are successful in finding developers, how they will hire the right person to serve as NoSQL developer? The person who excels in interviews and jumps out on paper may not necessarily live up to your expectations. That’s why I decided to write a post on NoSQL to provide you with the necessary methods to evaluate the skills of the candidates and a set of application-oriented interview questions to hire great NoSQL developers.
Ever since iMocha came into inception, its aim is to help hiring managers and recruiters in pre-screening of candidates providing them the world class product and skills assessment. Now this caught the eye of Siftery, a database where they compare companies with similar stacks and looks for differences to make some recommendations.
iMocha always tries to keep their customers’ super happy when it comes to providing the world class online assessment software that meets the current needs of the recruitment industry. Now this was something that FinancesOnline, one of the most popular business review directories found great about iMocha.
The sixth season of Game of Thrones is almost at its end. The super hit HBO TV series The Game of Thrones is known for its battles, betrayals, inducing scenes, rich characters and mindless killings. Even if you haven’t seen it, you have surely heard of it from your friends and colleagues. Within the battle, drama, action & emotions there's something more that epic Game of Thrones offers - lessons on hiring.
For any business, your front-end and back-end developers are arguably one of your most important hires. Their code, UX sensibility, and ability to work with your tech and design teams determine how people will interpret your brand. To help you choose a developer wisely, I have compiled a list of ASP.NET MVC interview questions for experienced professionals. ASP.NET MVC Interview Questions 1. You need to implement the business requirements for managing customer data. What are all possible things you will do? 2. How can we use two (multiple) models with a single view? 3. What is a CSRF attack and how can we prevent the same in MVC? 4. Explain the methods used to render the views in ASP.Net MVC 5. How to use Jquery Plugins in MVC validation? 6. Can we add constraints to the route? If yes, explain how we can do it? 7. What is the use of web API? Why Web API needed, if you have already RESTful services using WCF? 8. You are developing an ASP.NET MVC application. You need to authenticate clients by using NT LAN Manager. Which authentication method you will implement? 9. Which validation provider is installed by default in ASP.NET MVC 3 framework, which provides client validation support for the built-in numeric data types such as int, decimal, and float, etc? 10. You have created a Microsoft ASP.NET application by using the Microsoft .NET framework version 3.5. You plan to monitor the execution of the application at daily intervals. You need to modify the application configuration to enable WebEvent monitoring. What will you do? 11. How can you create a Scaffold template in MVC? 12. Could you explain the difference between similar frameworks A and B? (good example: ASP.NET MVC and WebForms) 13. Can you remove default View Engine in ASP.NET MVC? How? 14. You create a Microsoft ASP.NET application by using the Microsoft .NET Framework version 3.5. You write the following code fragment. You need to ensure that when you click the Button1 control, a selected list of items moves from the ListBox1 control to the ListBox2 control. What will you do? 15. What are different ways of rendering layout in ASP.NET MVC? 16. How to apply Server-side validation in ASP.NET MVC? 17. Can we use Bundling and Minification in ASP.NET MVC3 or ASP.NET 4.0? 18. You are modifying as ASP.NET MVC web application for a client. The client requires that the application must be viewable on Android devices in a UI format native to the device. What will you do? 19. You create a Microsoft ASP.NET application by using the Microsoft .NET Framework version 3.5. All the content pages in the application use a single master. The master page uses a static navigation menu to browse the site. You need to ensure that the content pages can optionally replace the static navigation menu with their own menu controls. What will you do? Apart from these technical questions, ask the following general questions to find out more about candidates ASP.NET MVC skills 20. What was the most interesting project you have participated in? Can you describe it and tell me why you consider it to be so interesting? 21. Do you like to participate in the analysis, design, and deployment phases of IT projects or do you prefer to concentrate on the pure development of well-described tasks? Why? 22. I have noticed you listed Skill X on your CV. What’s your opinion about it? 23. Do you remember any programming project decision you made that was a failure? Why do you think it was a mistake? Why did it happen? What did you learn from this experience?
I hope till now you all must have watched the movie ‘The Jungle Book’ An animal kingdom where a man’s child is trying to keep his feet, a well-built panther Bagheera, a free-spirited bear Baloo, a man-hater ShareKhan, and a confident group of wolves. All species in a single habitat sharing knowledge and surviving. When I was watching the movie, I just started connecting the movie with the process of hiring. Right from the recruiter sending in the candidates till the onboarding. And, what I realized and learned too, some good lessons for hiring managers. So what all hiring lessons we can learn from The Jungle Book?
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Think of the best employee of your company. Who is he/she? Let’s say, Michael or Emma. Now imagine that you have a team of 10 Michael or Emma in your organization. Awesome... Isn’t it? How easier your life would have been and how much more profit you could make?
If you're in hiring or recruiting, you know that top candidates help you take your organization a step ahead to reach new heights. At the same time, it's harder than ever to find top talent and to outperform the competitors.
“What’s in a name?” – William Shakespeare What's there in the gender, color, or religion of the candidate? That’s the premise of a practice that some businesses are using, called “blind hiring.”