Real-life Technical Interview – No bullshit

Here’s the kind of thing I approach with a client to earn his trust and show him that I could be useful to him…

How do I migrate a procedural legacy application to OOP (Object Oriented Programming)? The techniques, the choices…

How do I migrate a client-server legacy application to .NET based on REST web-services or micro-services?

You have a huge IT solution with multiple technologies from the Microsoft stack (time makes its law). We need to update everything. You don’t have the time or the budget to rewrite everything. How do you do it?

I have an IT solution of 4,000,000 lines of code. You have to audit the solution and give me an axis. We keep, we throw, we factor, we reorient, we do what ??? How do you do it: give me leads?

I own ASP.NET Forms, ASP.NET MVC (several versions), VB.NET, WinForms, WPF, there are everywhere, what should I keep? How do I get by with Microsoft technologies?

I want to switch from Oracle to SQL Server for cost reasons. . How do I do that? Best practices?

I want to migrate a set of applications to Azure, how do I do it? Where to start?

Can I do an audit of your IS just looking at your code in an hour and a half? Way microsoft audits at 2,000 euros a day. Do you like it? Ok let’s go…

These are real complex questions that you won’t find answered on StackOverflow. It’s more serious than coding games and its bogus tests whose solution is on any search engine…

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