You are about to start a recruitment campaign to hire a .NET developer or a .NET Core developer. But once you receive your applications and resumes, you have to decide who is good enough to get to an on-site technical interview. This requires a technical screening process.
What a lot of technical recruiters don’t realize is that screening involves more than glancing through a resume. Why is that? On the one hand, good .NET developers are scarce so you don’t want to overlook a candidate with potential and good programming skills. On the other, you don’t want to invite weak candidates for an interview. This wastes the precious time of your IT team and coworkers.
So the question arises, how can you screen the .NET programming skills of your .NET developer candidates so that you interview the good candidates and filter out the bad ones? We have put together this guide to show what matters in .NET technology and how to screen candidates quickly and effectively. Are you ready? Let’s start with the basics. Read More