Anyone else finding they are grossly misled during interviews? Past 2 jobs I've taken have severely f-ed me over. 1st job I was hired as a dotNet Developer, in fact that is what my resume says I am looking for and it is the direction my resume is tailored. Well I land the job after a few red flags that should have alerted me to a problem and all is fine for week 1. Well week 2 rolls around and my team lead and I are called down to the boss's office she informs us I will be moved to an in-house project. The next day I am packed up and moved into my new home, a 6 year old project written in classic asp with a vb6.0 backend. The asp pages made the vb6 calls which then created xml and xsl files that were stored as resources files then returned them back to the user. It was a horrible horrible horrible horrible process. Changing any thing was a nightmare. Update text on a label? it required a change to no fewer than 3 files and a full code compile. but thats a whole other story. I complained to my multiple bosses saying nothing can be done this decision came from corprate. Finally one boss said the decision was made it was to be after my first interview but before my 2nd because of my dotNet skills. this was never mentioned to me during the interview process. I ended up leaving that job by month 6. My current job - dynamic insurance forms. Much like you see from the auto insurance companies online, but for life insurance and annuties done online by an agent. Sounded great. Interviewed and was told a 3rd party tool was used very minimally for DB connectivity. My best guess is the guy that told me that think "very minimally" means we develop screens and code in a 3rd party application that is quite similar to vb6.0 but has the scripttin capabilities of a retarded VBScript with 0 debugging tools outside of MessageBoxes compiled into the code. I like the people I work with, I like the concept of the work but the technology used is a virtual black hole and slowly killing my resume because of how little dotNet work there is availble here. I have many more stories about these 2 companies that i can share but thats awhole other thread. and I will get around to it eventually Any one else come across this problem?