About Me


You’ve found the blog of Alistair Deneys, Developer, Architect, Coffee Addict.

I’m a Professional developer working for Sitecore, living in Melbourne Australia.

I’ve collected a number of certification and accolades over the years, including gaining MCSD from Microsoft and being a Sitecore MVP from 2008 till I joined the mothership in 2013. I’ve also contributed to the first official Sitecore book where I wrote the chapter on automated testing.

I’m an active open source contributor, with several modules available on the Sitecore Marketplace.

You can find information on some of my personal projects (including Revolver, the first command line interface available for Sitecore) over at codeflood.

I can be contacted at admin@codeflood.net



4 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Chris Corcino says:

    Hi Sir,

    I was wondering how do you emulate Sitecore context to run your tests in NUnit. I read in your last post how you were using NUnit.

    I am new to Sitecore, right now I am using the HttpSimulator (http://haacked.com/archive/2007/06/19/unit-tests-web-code-without-a-web-server-using-httpsimulator.aspx) MbUnit, BDDUnit. Since I am so new to Sitecore, I was wondering if there is a better way.

    Thanks a lot.

  2. adeneys says:

    Hi Chris,
    I’ll answer your question…with another blog post! I though this one might open the flood gates. Unit testing against Sitecore is quite a hot topic so expect a bit more from me on this.

  3. Lana says:

    May I contact you privately with regards to your sitecore development services?

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