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26.03.2018
Sylvain Guerin
Angular 2 Enthusiast & Digital Craftsman at ENGIE Electrabel
AngularJS

Which of the following statments is true?

236 answers
156 good - 80 bad
 
08.03.2019 Linux

Which command will give us only the error messages containing the text “cannot access” when...

964 answers
590 good - 374 bad
 
26.03.2018
Sébastien Combéfis
Lecturer at ECAM
Bebras

De spionnen Berta en Boris Bever gebruiken geheimschrift om elkaar berichten te sturen.

953 answers
111 good - 842 bad
 
26.03.2018
Christophe Peerens
Microsoft Technical Advisor at Neomytic
.NET

What will be the output of the code snippet?

244 answers
34 good - 210 bad
 
26.03.2018
Gilles Meyer
Senior software engineer at University of Liège
.NET

What is the issue with the following WPF code?

277 answers
112 good - 165 bad
 
26.03.2018
Thierry Leriche-Dessirier
Architecte, Développeur full stack, Rédacteur pour Developpez.com, Concepteur profil4.com & Professeur de Génie Logiciel at ESIEA
Java

What does it print ?

459 answers
21 good - 438 bad
 
26.03.2018
Louis J. Mercken
Chairman of the Challenge Jury, Co-Founder Threon, Currently Senior Advisor to the Threon CEO & Board of Directors at Threon
Project Management

Your spouse works for a vendor bidding on a project at your company.

68 answers
8 good - 60 bad
 
26.03.2018
Raul Martinez
.Net technologies expert at RMMΛConsulting
.NET

Does my ASP.Net website run without IIS?

221 answers
87 good - 134 bad
 
05.07.2018
Suzanne Kieffer
Research Associate at Université Catholique de Louvain
Project Management

Five Project Management Processes allow projects to move from start to completion.

86 answers
11 good - 75 bad
 
26.03.2018
Louis J. Mercken
Chairman of the Challenge Jury, Co-Founder Threon, Currently Senior Advisor to the Threon CEO & Board of Directors at Threon
Project Management

The project charter for a project was approved for planning and you have just been assigned as...

64 answers
18 good - 46 bad
 
26.03.2018
Suzanne Kieffer
Research Associate at Université Catholique de Louvain
UX/Usability

What is formative usability testing?

157 answers
108 good - 49 bad
 
04.02.2019
Benoit Donnet
Associate Professor at Université de Liège
Network & Infrastructure

The computation of the shortest path in OSPF is usually done by:

63 answers
36 good - 27 bad
 
04.02.2019
Sébastien Combéfis
Lecturer at ECAM
Network & Infrastructure

Which one of the following terms does not refer to a classical network topology?

777 answers
496 good - 281 bad
 
14.11.2018
Gilles Flisch
Microsoft Tailor Made Development Manager at Elia
AI .NET

What is Microsoft Machine Learning studio?

872 answers
310 good - 562 bad
 
26.03.2018
Gregory Seront
IT Professor at Institut Paul Lambin
Java

Which one is true for the following code:

524 answers
247 good - 277 bad
 
26.03.2018
Thomas Soumagne
Head of IT Development at Gambit Financial Solutions
.NET

You are using reflection to dynamically load an assembly and instantiate types discovered within...

203 answers
98 good - 105 bad
 
02.07.2018
Frédérique Laforest
System design

The Singleton design pattern:

407 answers
233 good - 174 bad
 
26.03.2018
David Scimè
Senior .Net Developer & Scrum Master at Freelance
.NET

Why would the following code not compile ?

54 answers
26 good - 28 bad
 
26.03.2018
Sébastien Combéfis
Lecturer at ECAM
Bebras

Les Castors possèdent une usine produisant des mises en page individuelles de cartes de voeux....

855 answers
669 good - 186 bad
 
26.03.2018
Geoffrey Vandiest
Chief Technical Architect Gas Flow Management at Fluxys
.NET

What is polymorphism in object-oriented programming ?

219 answers
145 good - 74 bad
 
26.03.2018
Pierre Bettens
IT Teacher - Maitre-Assistant at ESI
Java

What is the output of this code:

298 answers
136 good - 162 bad
 
26.03.2018
Daniel Penninck
Co-Founder & advisor at Block0.io
Java

What is the result of the following code? (Choose all that apply) ?

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

How do you use String Interpolation in TypeScript ?

208 answers
74 good - 134 bad
 
06.09.2018
Axel Schmolitzky
Prof. Dr. at HAW Hamburg
Java

Which values do the variables hold after the execution of the following Java code?

75 answers
28 good - 47 bad
 
26.03.2018
Gregory Seront
IT Professor at Institut Paul Lambin
Java

Which of those codes does not use Java autoboxing?

219 answers
72 good - 147 bad
 
12.03.2019
Marie-Noël Vroman
Chef de département, Technologie de l'Informatique at EPHEC
Network & Infrastructure

Show the exhibit.

368 answers
286 good - 82 bad
 
11.02.2019
Katarzyna Grygiel
Logic

Which of the following pairs of types are not unifiable?

800 answers
224 good - 576 bad
 
26.03.2018
Daniel Penninck
Co-Founder & advisor at Block0.io
Java

Assuming that the code bellow compile. What will be the console output ?

203 answers
122 good - 81 bad
 
26.03.2018
Lionel Seinturier
Professeur des Universités at Université de Lille
Java

The following piece of code...

226 answers
31 good - 195 bad
 
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 :

93 answers
30 good - 63 bad