Dreamweaver CC 2017 is essentially Brackets.app (Open Source, free and cross-platform) with a lot of unnecessary features, bundled with terrible reputations. It is an ok tool if you turn off its visual editor and Live Preview and use it strictly as a code editor. But in that case, you are practically using Brackets.app inside Dreamweaver.
Anyone who is serious about web development and wants to get a decent job should skip it and go straight to a more robust code editor such as Atom, Sublime Text, Brackets, BBEdit, and so on. The majority of potential employers will cringe at your tool choice if you use Dreamweaver. Real coders use a serious text editor.
Dreamweaver’s latest set of features are geared toward coders, but they don’t realize that web developers nowadays already use those features through an array of command line tools and a decent code editor, so they will likely yawn. Adobe is probably bringing this version of Dreamweaver to existing users who are forced to use it in a big corporation or a design studio. For them, it’s an ok tool as long as they use it correctly. For others, Dreamweaver isn’t even under their radar at this point, and using it does more harm than good. Steer clear of it.