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HideN1472yLook at their requirements from their job posting. Do they want someone with SQL, C# and experience in user interface implementation? RUN.
Seriously though, if it sounds like they're looking for someone to write web services then plan for it and tailor your responses accordingly. Focus on projects you've built similar to what they might need. If you think they'll go in depth and make you code in front of them then look at their skill requirements and brush up on those skills.
Try not to stress out, if you're too panicked you might not be able to think of the answers even if you know them. If that happens think of it as a learning experience for next time.
A point of general advice:
- Know what the company does as a business in a general sense. You don't need to know everything but having a general idea shows you want THIS job not just a job.