I mentioned a couple of weeks ago that I had a job interview, but I haven't really said anything about it since. Well, today was the second-round interview, and I killed it. It was a presentation to seven people from the department, and I had to basically create a proposal based on a bunch of information they sent and then present it to the group as if it were real. It really couldn't have gone much better.
After it was done, the division manager, who was the guy I interviewed with the first time and did most of this talking this time, walked me out of the room. While we exchanged the requisite, "it was great to see you again" and "thanks for coming/having me," he started telling me what a great job I did with the presentation. In fact, he told me I "knocked it out of the park." He also said that he had all of the answers to the questions in the presentation that he compared to my materials - basically a bunch of cost estimates and such - and I got every one of them correct.
I don't know if this ends up with me getting the job or not, but, damn, that was nice to hear. At the very least I know that there's not something I could have done to better my chances.