I see that the architect of the Guidance Automation Toolkit (GAT), Wojtek Kozaczynski, has started blogging. I worked with Wojtek closely for a couple of months at the inception of GAT (fun it was too), and have been continuing to work with him and his team to merge our text templating technologies – the next version of GAT will contain the new, merged engine, as will the next version of DSL Tools (should be available by the end of the month, and will work with VS2005 Beta2). So soon folks will be able to install both GAT and DSL Tools, and it will be very interesting to see how they get used in combination.
Anyway, his second post is a pocket history of how GAT came to be and makes for an interesting read.
My last post was about this toolkit, pointing at a webcast that gave a demo. But at that point there was no download. Well, now there is. Just visit the GAT workshop site.