Your workplace asks some interesting questions, but anyone reading this thread should be aware that it's specific to your workplace and other employers (like my team) doesn't ask questions like these. This reads more like a "you passed an exam now prove it" than it does "you have workplace experience solving problems and working as a team, tell us about it" kind of site.
There are also just too many "define this" questions where the answers do anything but define the objective in the question to make me comfortable recommending your blog to anyone. And if anyone came to one of my interviews armed with this information, they would not get a second interview.
I understand you're trying to make it easier for people interviewing for DBA jobs, but people who know SQL Server shouldn't have to memorize BOL to be able to get their foot in the door of a workplace that values experience and team work over memorization.
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