Well, I just got back from another interview. I'd like to say it went well, but I'm just not sure.
In case you haven't noticed, my interviews pretty much always end the same way. First, they tell me how well I interview and how much they like talking to me. Then, they say that I don't have enough experience. This interview was no exception.
On the bright side, this guy was way nicer than the guy at my previous interview. Rather than saying, "you effectively have no experience doing anything worthwhile," this guy simply said, "my only concern is if we want to spend the time training you." Isn't that a nicer way of phrasing things? I think it is.
There was one strange part worth mentioning. He asked if I was married (which I find odd to begin with) and then looked legitimately worried when I said that I'm not. Then, when I quickly told him that I have a serious girlfriend, he seemed genuinely relieved. What's that all about?