Jon Flanders released a beta of a very promissing tool: BTSnapshot. I haven't tried it out but it seems to solve one of my primary issues when doing BizTalk development: the deployment process during the development cycle. Nice work Jon, I'll check it out as soon as I can find some time!
In an attempt to deal with the typical BizTalk development cycle I have built a tool - and I am releasing it for general use. I call this tool BTSnapShot. You can download it here. The idea behind BTSnapshot is to take a "snapshot" of a current BizTalk "application" and save all the information and assemblies necessary to recreate that "application".
The idea behind this tool was to create a concept of a BizTalk "application", which is essentially all the orchestrations, ports, parties, policies, vocabularies, and other artifacts which are currently configured via a particular configuration database. The default behavior of the BTSnapshot tool is to create a directory that contains all the artifacts (both assemblies and binding files) and then to "unwind" and undeploy all those artifacts from the configuration database. full post here
Get version 1.1 here!