ASP.NET (Core) MVC extends the traditional ASP.NET framework and allows developers to author pages using the model–view–controller (MVC) architecture.
The MVC pattern is designed to split an application into three logical parts: the model, the view and the controller. The model is responsible for the data and the rules of the application. The view is responsible for outputting that information, and the controller is responsible for accepting input from a user and forwarding it to the model or the view. Every web developer should be familiar with the MVC pattern and the benefits of encapsulating these components.
Public questions (free account) are common interview questions. They are great for practicing, or if you want to filter candidates using the classic problems.
Since we’re all biased and we use incorrect proxies, why not just outsource hiring to experts or recruitment agencies? After all, they’ve been screening people for many years, so they must know how to do it right?
Not really. I was surprised to discover that many experts disagree with each other. Everybody praises their pet method and criticizes the others. Many of these methods look legitimate, but are based on...