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26.03.2018
Pierre-Emmanuel Dautreppe
.Net Evangelist and Agile Coach at Pyxis Belgium
.NET

What is the risk of defining an async method like this :

96 answers
30 good - 66 bad
 
26.03.2018
Pierre-Emmanuel Dautreppe
.Net Evangelist and Agile Coach at Pyxis Belgium
.NET

You have an async method defined as below

91 answers
27 good - 64 bad
 
26.03.2018
Pierre-Emmanuel Dautreppe
.Net Evangelist and Agile Coach at Pyxis Belgium
.NET

By using the default security scheme in TFS, which minimum role should you give to a person if...

227 answers
159 good - 68 bad
 
26.03.2018
Pierre-Emmanuel Dautreppe
.Net Evangelist and Agile Coach at Pyxis Belgium
.NET

In LINQ, which keyword do you use to create a temporary variable ?

195 answers
127 good - 68 bad
 
26.03.2018
Pierre-Emmanuel Dautreppe
.Net Evangelist and Agile Coach at Pyxis Belgium
.NET

Considerinig the following code

83 answers
30 good - 53 bad
 
26.03.2018
Pierre-Emmanuel Dautreppe
.Net Evangelist and Agile Coach at Pyxis Belgium
.NET

Given the following interface and implementation :

574 answers
269 good - 305 bad
 
26.03.2018
Pierre-Emmanuel Dautreppe
.Net Evangelist and Agile Coach at Pyxis Belgium
.NET

What is the output of the following code ?

99 answers
63 good - 36 bad
 
26.03.2018
Pierre-Emmanuel Dautreppe
.Net Evangelist and Agile Coach at Pyxis Belgium
.NET

Considering the following classes :

744 answers
655 good - 89 bad
 
26.03.2018
Pierre-Emmanuel Dautreppe
.Net Evangelist and Agile Coach at Pyxis Belgium
.NET

Considering the following structure

233 answers
140 good - 93 bad
 
26.03.2018
Pierre-Emmanuel Dautreppe
.Net Evangelist and Agile Coach at Pyxis Belgium
.NET

You are defining a class with an event in the following way :

86 answers
35 good - 51 bad
 
26.03.2018
Pierre-Emmanuel Dautreppe
.Net Evangelist and Agile Coach at Pyxis Belgium
.NET

Which instruction forces the garbage collector to collect an object?

80 answers
50 good - 30 bad
 
26.03.2018
Pierre-Emmanuel Dautreppe
.Net Evangelist and Agile Coach at Pyxis Belgium
.NET

You define a class called MyPolymorph and you want to write this following code :

238 answers
83 good - 155 bad
 
26.03.2018
Pierre-Emmanuel Dautreppe
.Net Evangelist and Agile Coach at Pyxis Belgium
.NET

You define a custom exception, like this one :

86 answers
47 good - 39 bad
 
26.03.2018
Pierre-Emmanuel Dautreppe
.Net Evangelist and Agile Coach at Pyxis Belgium
.NET

You define a custom exception, like this one :

199 answers
90 good - 109 bad
 
26.03.2018
Pierre-Emmanuel Dautreppe
.Net Evangelist and Agile Coach at Pyxis Belgium
.NET

In Entity Framework 6, what is the default transaction isolation level ?

353 answers
244 good - 109 bad
 
26.03.2018
Pierre-Emmanuel Dautreppe
.Net Evangelist and Agile Coach at Pyxis Belgium
.NET

With the following code

94 answers
31 good - 63 bad
 
26.03.2018
Pierre-Emmanuel Dautreppe
.Net Evangelist and Agile Coach at Pyxis Belgium
.NET

When using the Scrum process in TFS, which kind of elements can you include in your team backlog...

88 answers
2 good - 86 bad
 
26.03.2018
Pierre-Emmanuel Dautreppe
.Net Evangelist and Agile Coach at Pyxis Belgium
.NET

You define a structure like this :

91 answers
33 good - 58 bad
 
26.03.2018
Pierre-Emmanuel Dautreppe
.Net Evangelist and Agile Coach at Pyxis Belgium
.NET

With the following definition

243 answers
171 good - 72 bad
 
26.03.2018
Pierre-Emmanuel Dautreppe
.Net Evangelist and Agile Coach at Pyxis Belgium
.NET

You have a collection of sentences like below :

199 answers
104 good - 95 bad
 
26.03.2018
Pierre-Emmanuel Dautreppe
.Net Evangelist and Agile Coach at Pyxis Belgium
.NET

You are defining a class with an event.

268 answers
79 good - 189 bad
 
26.03.2018
Pierre-Emmanuel Dautreppe
.Net Evangelist and Agile Coach at Pyxis Belgium
.NET

You are using MSUnit, and you want to check that a method throws an exception.

222 answers
120 good - 102 bad
 
26.03.2018
Pierre-Emmanuel Dautreppe
.Net Evangelist and Agile Coach at Pyxis Belgium
.NET

You define an extension method like this

199 answers
33 good - 166 bad
 
26.03.2018
Pierre-Emmanuel Dautreppe
.Net Evangelist and Agile Coach at Pyxis Belgium
.NET

Considering the following interface and class :

596 answers
587 good - 9 bad
 
26.03.2018
Pierre-Emmanuel Dautreppe
.Net Evangelist and Agile Coach at Pyxis Belgium
.NET

Given the following code

97 answers
26 good - 71 bad
 
26.03.2018
Pierre-Emmanuel Dautreppe
.Net Evangelist and Agile Coach at Pyxis Belgium
.NET

You have defined a class as follows :

68 answers
34 good - 34 bad
 
26.03.2018
Pierre-Emmanuel Dautreppe
.Net Evangelist and Agile Coach at Pyxis Belgium
.NET

Considering the following structure and interface

263 answers
63 good - 200 bad
 
26.03.2018
Pierre-Emmanuel Dautreppe
.Net Evangelist and Agile Coach at Pyxis Belgium
.NET

With the following code, when calling the method SomeMethod, in which order are executed the...

102 answers
35 good - 67 bad
 
26.03.2018
Pierre-Emmanuel Dautreppe
.Net Evangelist and Agile Coach at Pyxis Belgium
.NET

What is the correct way for defining an async method

196 answers
120 good - 76 bad
 
26.03.2018
Pierre-Emmanuel Dautreppe
.Net Evangelist and Agile Coach at Pyxis Belgium
.NET

You are defining a new class, and for some reasons, you want to completely obfuscate its...

252 answers
61 good - 191 bad