Friday, December 02, 2005


Last week at Microsofts Architects Forum in Munich Beat Schwegler, architect at Microsft EMEA in London, showed an awesome demo with an internally developed guidance package for web service development named GAT4WS.
It was by far the most convincing demo on GAT I saw up to now. The recipes make use of Christian Weyers design tool WSContractFirst and promote an interesting solution organisation with several logical layers. Main goal is to abstract the transport and web service aspects away from your business logic. It's a nice piece of automated guidance.
The only problem: It's not officially released until now...
(I think they wait for the next GAT release)