There are some questions which are so old that they should not be asked in the interview and gets old. Here is one of the questions I have spotted so many times in the interview that if co-interviewer asks to the candidate, I often feel bored (well, I was caught yawning last time). 211 more words
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Here is the question, I was asked the other day at the conference.
Question: If I have a .bak file and I want to restore it database what are the various steps involved in it. 165 more words
Now today’s interview question is really more of daily routine task for many of the developer. 11 years ago, when I went to my very first interview call. 229 more words
Interview Question of the Week #010 - What is the Difference Between Primary Key Constraints and Unique Key Constraints?
I often see people getting confused between Primary Key and Unique Key. I see where people get confused about the same. Let us discuss.
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I often get this question in the email – more frequently than I would like to get.
Question: “Is GO a T-SQL statement?”
Answer: “No, GO is not a T-SQL statement, it is a command which is recognized by SSMS or sqlcmd as a signal to send the current batch to SQL Server Engine.” 152 more words
Just received a question in email:
“I just got out of the interview and I was asked to write scripts to convert a string to Title Case. 418 more words
Some questions are extremely popular questions and they never get old. Here is one such question which I see very often asked to DBAs in their early career. 341 more words