It's about 2 weeks that I'm studying in London to improve my English knowledge, specially my spoken one (I know, written is not so perfect too).
I put my cv on line in a famous recluting search engine but it seems that most interested people are Agency's employees that usually look for generic IT - Web masters.
I would like to explain my "strange situation": I am not absolutely a web designer, I do know quite nothing about graphic, I could just know how to start Gimp!!! :D
It seems that if You know quite perfectly ActionScript 1.0/2.0, that's basically ECMAScript 3rd edition or, in case of 2.0, 4th one closed, you can be only a Web Designer and not a programmer, even if You know Flash Player bugs and you're able to find out workarounds.
It seems that if you know different languages or technologies ... there's always a missed one.
How can a person to be "senior in every program language"?
I can't call their "expert or senior everything developers", a part for someone who has at least 20 years or more experience.
Maybe someone should be interested in my good database skills, starting from SQLite 2/3 to MySQL 3/4/5, passing inside PostgresSQL ... but it's not enough.
What about security practices and code optimization skills? Who cares about that!
As sum, and as someone said before me: please hire me !!! :-)