About Me

Hello! I’m Michael Mussulis. I am a Director of Technology and Magento Developer, based in the Florida, USA. I have over 30 years experience in the IT industry, the last 18 have been focused on eCommerce.

Currently engaged in Magento 2 migrations, custom SaaS development,  and custom web projects.

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  • Age 50
  • Residence USA
  • Address Florida, USA
  • Phone +1 772 444 2809

Certificates of Completion

Udemy - Magento 2 Module Development



1992 Microsoft Certified Professional

BTec National Diploma, Seltec, UK

1986 - 1988 Engineering / Electronics

Secondary School

1985 - 1986 Wrotham, Kent, UK


Director of Engineering

Dec 2020 - Current Moxxi Inc

Magento 2 development, SaaS custom application development, infrastructure management, development team management

Director of Technology

Mar 2020 - Nov 2020 JLB Florida

Magento 2 development, migrations

Director of IT / Engineering

Sep 2019 - Mar 2020 iRemedy

Managing team, Magento 2 websites management, infrastructure.


Jan 2002 - Aug 2019 Xtreme Vision Systems SRL

Web agency, own, specializing in Magento projects.

Management Skills

Team Leader



Project Management

Coding Skills




Magento 1 & 2



Corvette Store
Corvette Store
eCommerce (Magento)
Annoucement Converters – Magento 1
Annoucement Converters – Magento 1
eCommerce (Magento)
Annoucement Converters – Magento 2 migration
Annoucement Converters – Magento 2 migration
eCommerce (Magento)
Portfolio Project 2
Portfolio Project 2
Websites (Wordpress or Custom)
Illustration Project 2
Illustration Project 2
eCommerce (Magento)
Illustration Project 1
Illustration Project 1
eCommerce (Magento)
Portfolio Project 1
Portfolio Project 1
Websites (Wordpress or Custom)

To often the SKU naming convention is neglected. This can lead to problems when:

  1. Import or updating products using a CSV
  2. Looking up products

Take this example:

Look at error (2), whitespaces. This basically means that SKUs have been created either with leading or trailing spaces, and Magento is not able to look those products up in the catalog for update.

This requires a manual fix of SKUs before the update is tried again. For a small catalog it’s ok, but what if you had tens of thousands of products, or more?

This is why you should pay careful attention to your SKU naming policy. My personal preference is this:

  • Start with a letter
  • No spaces, not even in the middle
  • Only alpha numeric characters, underscore and hyphen (ascii).
  • No diacritics

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Palm City, Florida, USA
+1 772 444 2809
Freelance Available

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