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Here is an interesting post on the subject of what the difference between junior, mid-level, and senior developer:
Robert Blixt, Jul 13, 2010
Thanks for the link. A good overview.
May 09, 2010
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The main questions that tend to come up in C# Architect interviews relate to:
1) Event Life Cycles
2) Basic Design Patterns, usually with a focus on data management.
3) Inheritance, polymorphism and encapsulation
4) Interfaces, virtual methods and overrides.
5) Delegates and threads. If its they usually don't ask many questions about threading.
6) Data access and storage.
7) Code Management and Build Processes.
8) Methodologies.  Try to stay neutral on these as they are like religion.
9) OR/Ms. Again, try to stay neutral on these.

There are other areas depending on the type of project they are working on as well, e.g. WPF, Silverlight, MVC.

Aaron Burton, Jul 01, 2010
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By your post, it looks like your issue might be answering interview questions, not really technology itself. Scott Hanselman has a really good blog post of stuff that you should be able to answer.

What Great .NET Developers Ought To Know (More .NET Interview Questions)

There are several blog posts across the web that try to answer these questions. I believe that your journey in seeking the answers to this questions will help you learn about these topics, and keep what interviewers want in mind.

The second half of this questions, is that you need to practice answering these questions. I bought myself an inexpensive whiteboard, that I use to practice some of the questions. This has helped in getting me to calm down, and sound more confident.

There is no substitute for knowing your stuff, but I think you are close to getting your first senior position.

You might also try your hand at helping with .NET open source projects. I have created several on CodePlex, and those are a good source of evidence to future employers. I just got a job (about a month ago), exactly because the interviewer and his team were able to download and examine code from the largest of my projects.

- Hector
Hector Sosa, Jun 05, 2010
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