The right .NET Core online tests to screen .NET Core developers
Recommended roles for our .NET Core online tests
- Junior .NET Core developer
- Middle .NET Core developer
- Senior .NET Core developer
- Software developer
- Systems analyst
- Software engineer
- Programmer analysis
How our .NET Core online tests work
All of our .Net core online tests are powered by the RealLifeTesting™ methodology. This technology works by tasking candidates with actual work that they are likely to face every day. The actual tests are multidimensional consisting of a series of questions and programming challenges to solve. This unique form of testing provides a clear insight into the candidate’s coding skills, problem-solving ability, and time-management.
Key Features of DevSkiller .NET Core online tests
- Remote testing that can be held at the convenience of the candidate
- Observe the candidate’s test in real-time
- The RealLifeTesting™ methodology offers a greater user experience where candidates can use their own IDE, clone to Git, run unit tests, and access Stack Overflow / Github/ Google or any other resources for research
- An anti-plagiarism tool that compares each test result to every test result that has ever been submitted in our system
- Determine the candidate’s coding ability and not just their academic knowledge
- Non-technical friendly, automatically generated results
- .NET Core tests available for junior, middle, and senior-level positions
Skills tested in our .NET Core online tests
- .NET Core
- Basic Common Topics
- Entity Framework
- Parallel Programming
- RESTful Web Service
- Visual Basic .NET
- .NET Core 3.x
- HTTP Headers
- Localized data annotation
- Localized resources
- Security basics
- User Culture
- Web Page configuration
What to look for in a .NET Core developer
.NET is a software development framework from Microsoft that provides a controlled programming environment where software can be developed, installed, and executed mainly on Windows-based operating systems. .NET Core was developed in response to the surge in popularity of Java and as such explains why many of the concepts of the two are similar.
.NET Core is generally used in low-risk projects that are starting from nothing i.e. startups, etc. Some .NET components can be used in .NET core apps (but not the other way around). The rapid growth of web development has meant that skills in the ASP.NET MVC are becoming increasingly valuable for a .NET core developer to possess. Additionally, knowledge of databases such as SQL is critical but it’s especially nice to see if the candidate has knowledge of a particular database such as Microsoft SQL Server or Oracle. Finally, a Microsoft Certifed Solutions Developer (MCSD) certification is great to see for those candidates you’re looking to hire.
Looking for something more?
Want to build your very own custom tests? No problem. With our online task wizard, you can create your own unique tests to send out to your candidates. Choose the test duration, define the scope, and even upload your own codebase. Our experienced sales and support teams are here to guide you through creating your first test invite. Find your next .NET Core developer today with DevSkiller.
Interested in our .NET Core tests but need to see more?
Making the decision to invest your company’s money should be carefully considered and evaluated. At DevSkiller, we understand that this decision does not come lightly so why not listen to what some of our customers have to say before you make the decision for our .NET Core tests?
Plutora is a market leader in value stream management, with release, test environment, and analytics solutions for enterprise IT.
Before using DevSkiller, Plutora was reliant on phone interviews to pre-select their candidate and the ones who passed were invited to a tech interview followed by a behavioral interview. The lack of automation in this process meant it required a lot of manual work on their side. Also, the effectiveness of phone screening was insufficient as under-skilled candidates were still qualifying for the tech interview.
The aim of implementing DevSkiller was to automate technical screening while reducing the workload, limit the number of interviews, and identify candidates with the right skills before the interview stage. Since moving to DevSkiller, Pluthora saves approximately 8 hours of their internal developer time per each candidate. That’s because they don’t have to pull developers in to interview poor candidates.
“Thanks to automating the screening stage, we were able to reduce the interview rate by 50%. At the same time, the quality of candidates who make it to the interview stage is now much greater. DevSkiller adds an extra layer of quality to our technical hiring process.”
Richard Williams – VP of Engineering at Plutora
Frequently asked questions
How do candidates take a .NET Core online test?
Devskiller’s .NET Core online tests can be taken conveniently anywhere in the world. All a recruiter needs to do is send out the test invite. These invites can be set to be available for a specific amount of time. The candidates can then start the test whenever they want to for wherever they want to. Each candidate has the option of using our state fo the art in-browser IDE or completing the project on their favorite IDE and then cloning the project to Git. Throughout the test, candidates can always build the project to make sure their solutions work the way they are supposed to.
What is more, each test can be set to last for a specific amount of time. At the end of the time limit, the test is automatically evaluated and the report is sent to the recruiter.
How long does it take to set up DevSkiller?
Sending out your first .NET Core online test can be achieved in as little as five minutes. DevSkiller’s extensive library of predefined.NET Core tests means that you can start testing your candidates right when you set up your account, no other work required.