We are a technical consultancy, who values collaboration, craftsmanship, and an ownership mentality
What We Do
We are dedicated to helping our clients grow and become more productive through creative and open technology solutions.
Our clients prefer to work with our team because we take ownership of their success. The key to successful software development is delivering working software. We are not satisfied until valuable, working software results in profits for our clients. We achieve this through a commitment to incremental improvement. We work with teams to identify opportunities spanning from programming language choices all the way to their deployment approach.
Our clients value the quality software for which Source Allies is known. Achieving this level of quality is the direct result of team-based collaboration with Quality Engineers. Source Allies teams universally value and consistently practice test-driving. Quality Engineers lead teams to new heights in quality assurance practices through continuous innovation and expansion of testing knowledge.
Our clients trust our team to provide comprehensive solutions. As a technology company, we know how important it is to have a reliable, secure development environment and network. We achieve this through cutting-edge infrastructure automation. We rely on advanced automation techniques to eliminate development and network disruptions. We are committed to designing a comprehensive, proactive solution, rather than just focusing on fighting emerging fires. We treat our clients’ environments like they are our own.
Our clients value the User Centered Design process offered at Source Allies. Our approach ensures every user has an optimal experience. User Centered Design achieves overall process efficiency, reduces user interaction errors and increases the client’s return on investment through information clarity, process awareness and overall business productivity.
Product Owner/Business Analyst
Our clients entrust their market goals and product visions to our product owners and business analysts (PO/BA’s). This is something we take very seriously. Our PO/BA team employs their ownership mentality by learning everything they can about our clients’ markets, organizations, customers, and users. Armed with this knowledge, they work with our UI/UX, engineering, and QA teams to translate that product vision into actionable work.
Scrum Master/Project Manager
Our clients’ projects are never one size fits all, and neither is our approach to delivering them. Source Allies’ talented team of Project Managers and Scrum Masters partner with Product Owners and Business Analysts to bring your vision to life. From Waterfall to the various Agile frameworks (such as Scrum, Kanban, SAFe and more), our Project Managers and Scrum Masters use their years of experience to recommend and implement the best approach for any delivery team’s unique skillset.
Who We Are
Our experienced team of full-time software developers and network engineers know the business value of technology.
How To Unit Test C# Event Handler Attachment
I recently wanted to unit test a method that assigned a delegate to an event handler. I derived a way to use Reflection for asserting that the delegate was attached. This article explains my solution. Note: If you are looking for information on C# events and delegates, I recommend you take a look at this video by Mosh: C# Events and Delegates Made Simple. Normally you cannot see the delegates attached to a handler. This stackoverflow question has a good explaination of why and what your options are: c-sharp-how-to-find-if-an-event-is-hooked-up. I also ran across a great feature request for Moq to...