Guidance Automation Toolkit, a quite promising VS.Net extensibility tool is "released".
I like the idea behind the tool and I liked the webcast very much.
I expect that the good tools like Visual Studio 2005 with designed and enforced patterns practices will enable to deliver a better code.
I like the word "enforced", because it enables applying some parts of programming model and this way enforce quality of the solution.

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