And that's what's drawing me to this job the most. It's going to start off lousy. But I've got the skills they need, and they've got what I need- a paycheck. So my hope is to make it clear that what I want most from them is an opportunity for advancement. I have the willingness and the ability to start small, but easily take on more responsibility.
I am, after all, good at what I do. I have a wide range of skills, and a good many of those can be leveraged by what they want to do- Java, ColdFusion... and I'm a CSS blackbelt. I've looked through Dreamweaver, and it's nothing unexpected. It's just another web IDE. You've seen one, you've seen them all. I don't care for it much- it automates too much for me, but I can use it. And moreover, when I'm using it regularly, I can find the settings I need to make it comfortable for me.
This is going to rock, and I predict, that by the end of this interview, I will hear the words, "When can you start?" The answer is next Wednsday by the way.