I've been "found" by a company that needs a web developer, I was not looking for a job and my CV was not available anywhere as far as I know.
This company is a SUPER opportunity for my career development because I will be able to use bleeding-edge technology and my "future boss" is a super prepared person in all the tech aspects, he's a beast to be honest.
I've had several successful interviews already, and I've been invited to meet with the CEO, but this is the 3rd attempt to set up that meeting, previous attempts were via Zoom and were cancelled. Now they want me to attend in person.
I feel like they bailed me on those 2 previous meetings. I seriously can't imagine their workload because they're kind of starting as a company in the financial world: probably they had clients to attend to, setting up my salary budget, talking about the future of the company, COVID-19 shortages, etc.
Am I just trying to justify their acts or is it that I have such high hopes for this position that I might be falling in a trap?
I currently have a job, and they know that, I've been advised by several people to be patient because of the huge opportunity it might be for me.
I really want this job but not at least sending an email of "Hey we're sorry we couldn't make it to the meeting because of X and Y, we'll reschedule it if that's fine for you." pisses me off so much that I really consider answering this "Hey come meet in person the CEO" with a "Fade off" but that's so immature to be honest and I don't want to be unprofessional.
Please advise me.