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Meet The Muse's
SHLOMO DALEZMAN

Careers - Shlomo's Story
 Making Magic Happen
Shlomo's Story
Making Magic Happen
Shlomo considered a wide variety of tech careers while in college, but he ultimately chose software engineering after a programming course he took his freshman year. The class sparked his love for building products and experiences for people, or as he puts it, 'making magic happen without people realizing it.'
Careers - What Shlomo Does
 Full-Stack Engineer
What Shlomo Does
Full-Stack Engineer
Shlomo spends the earlier part of his mornings working from home—but he arrives to the office before 11 AM every day for his team’s Standup meeting, where he touches base with the rest of The Muse's engineers. For the rest of the day, Shlomo’s work typically involves writing JavaScript and building robust products to make The Muse's website as user-friendly as possible.
 
 
"Our engineers are really passionate about what they do and where their speciality lies, and they're able to turn that passion into helping The Muse."
 
"Our engineers are really passionate about what they do and where their speciality lies, and they're able to turn that passion into helping The Muse."
 
 
“We’re a pretty hands-off team, so you’re expected to get things done and ask for help when you need it. No one is going to be looking over your shoulder.”
 
“We’re a pretty hands-off team, so you’re expected to get things done and ask for help when you need it. No one is going to be looking over your shoulder.”
 
 
“It’s very powerful to know that we can actually change the way people feel about a certain experience that has been really stressful forever.”
 
“It’s very powerful to know that we can actually change the way people feel about a certain experience that has been really stressful forever.”