Here's what I read into the posting:
Originally Posted by bradmartin0924
We are looking to add a Junior/Entry level ASP .NET developer to join our team to handle application maintenance and service requests. This position is full time and offers room for advancement and professional growth within our development team.
We're not looking to pay much but we're looking for a hard worker.
| The Application Support position involves working with multiple departments researching application issues, code analysis, and processing updates for our online travel booking systems. etc. etc. |
You'll have to work with non technical people, understand what their problem is, figure out where the code is broken, or where the program is not intuitive. Once the issue has been identified you'll have to fix small issues, or if it's more of an overarching issue probably work with the developers to develop a solution
| This is the perfect entry level developer position to learn our applications and grow in our company toward advancement into the application development team. |
If we like you you'll get to stop working with customers and write more code.
| The right candidate will be highly familiar with HTML, CSS, and basic SQL92 syntax and be able to analyze ASP.NET and XML syntax. Knowledge of SOAP, AJAX, JSON, MVC and other design patterns a plus. |
If you've been using ASP.NET for a year I'd guess you have the technical qualifications down, but just in case I'd be prepared to talk about what each of these keywords are, how they interact with one another.
More importantly I'd be prepared to explain how you'd solve 'problems' the user is experiencing and explain what part of the code you'd dig into to fix the problem:
Submit Button does nothing, check the css/html
request hangs and never comes back, check the asp.net code.
Overall I'd be prepared to show your worth in this interview by turning 'problems' into systematic ways to look for the issue in code.