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Azure Bot Services Online Test

Topics Covered

  • Channel Integration
  • Analytics
  •  Bot Template
  • Testing
  •  Development
  •  

Useful for hiring

  • Azure BOT Developer
  • Sr. Software Developer -  BOT 
  • BOT Developers

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Question

You have built a dialog BOT, as the dialog goes on, the user needs help on a certain question that your BOT has asked. So instead of providing a response to the question, user types in help command. As the BOT is in middle of the dialog, it doesn't understand help command and registers it as a response to a question which leaves the user frustrated. How can you solve this issue?

Answer
    • Use Multi-dialog

    • Use Form dialog

    • Use scorable dialog

    • Custom logic

Question

I have a communication channel which is not supported currently in Microsoft BOT service, I want to utilize the BOT framework for developing BOT application, but the integration has to be with my Channel. How can I achieve this requirement?

Answer
    • Use Direct Line API

    • Link the not supported communication channel with the supported channel for relaying the messages

    • Use REST API

    • Not possible

Question

I have created a bot service from Azure portal and my colleague is getting the error "Unable to find the bot with the specified id." How will you allow your co-worker to make changes in bot service from Azure portal?

Answer
    • Navigate to dev.botframework.com website
      Click on Edit section
      Add email address of user's Azure account to the admin section
       

    • Navigate to portal.azure.com website
      Click on Security section
      Add email address of user's Azure account to subscription owner
       

    • Navigate to dev.botframework.com website
      Click on Admin section
      Add new account
       

    • share the link of bot service with appkey
       

Question

You have built a dialog BOT, as the dialog goes on, the user needs help on a certain question that your BOT has asked. So instead of providing a response to the question, user types in help command. As the BOT is in middle of the dialog, it doesn't understand help command and registers it as a response to a question which leaves the user frustrated. How can you solve this issue?

Answer
    • Use Multi-dialog

    • Use Form dialog

    • Use scorable dialog

    • Custom logic

Question

I have a communication channel which is not supported currently in Microsoft BOT service, I want to utilize the BOT framework for developing BOT application, but the integration has to be with my Channel. How can I achieve this requirement?

Answer
    • Use Direct Line API

    • Link the not supported communication channel with the supported channel for relaying the messages

    • Use REST API

    • Not possible

Question

I have created a bot service from Azure portal and my colleague is getting the error "Unable to find the bot with the specified id." How will you allow your co-worker to make changes in bot service from Azure portal?

Answer
    • Navigate to dev.botframework.com website
      Click on Edit section
      Add email address of user's Azure account to the admin section
       

    • Navigate to portal.azure.com website
      Click on Security section
      Add email address of user's Azure account to subscription owner
       

    • Navigate to dev.botframework.com website
      Click on Admin section
      Add new account
       

    • share the link of bot service with appkey
       

Question

You have built a dialog BOT, as the dialog goes on, the user needs help on a certain question that your BOT has asked. So instead of providing a response to the question, user types in help command. As the BOT is in middle of the dialog, it doesn't understand help command and registers it as a response to a question which leaves the user frustrated. How can you solve this issue?

Answer
    • Use Multi-dialog

    • Use Form dialog

    • Use scorable dialog

    • Custom logic

Question

I have a communication channel which is not supported currently in Microsoft BOT service, I want to utilize the BOT framework for developing BOT application, but the integration has to be with my Channel. How can I achieve this requirement?

Answer
    • Use Direct Line API

    • Link the not supported communication channel with the supported channel for relaying the messages

    • Use REST API

    • Not possible

Test details:

Azure Bot Services skills test will evaluate a candidate's practical knowledge and will identify whether the candidate is ready to be employed. The test can be taken by candidates from anywhere in the comfort of their time zone.
 
Azure Bot Services pre-employment test may contain MCQ's (Multiple Choice Questions), MAQ's (Multiple Answer Questions), Fill in the Blank, Descriptive, Whiteboard Questions, Audio / Video Questions, True or False.

Test Duration: 20 minutes

10 Application Questions

Test description:

Azure Bot Service helps to build, connect, test, deploy, monitor, and manage bots. Bot Service provides an integrated environment that is purpose-built for bot development, enabling you to build, connect, test, deploy, and manage intelligent bots, all from one place. Bot Service mainly accelerates bot development with the Five bot templates which you can choose from the time you create a bot.
 
Azure Bot Services online test helps recruiters and hiring managers to assess candidate’s bot development skills. Azure Bot Services assessment test is created & validated by experienced industry experts to assess & hire Azure bot developer as per the industry standards.
 
Online Azure Bot Services test helps to screen the candidates who possess traits as follows: 

1.  Experience with chat bots developments 
2.  Ability to create BOT templates and channel integration
3.  Knowledge of advanced design patterns 
4.  Experience with publish/subscribe frameworks

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