Are there any limitations inherent to Moose that I should be aware of?
- It's a juggernaut both in terms of installation and the start up cost it imposes on your scripts
- It encourages Tight coupling and therefore discourages Modulariszation. Giving up Modulariszation negates most of the benefits of OOP
If you're up for a challenge that shows the limitations of Moose, try implementing in Moose a queue which never has more than N items in it and maintains that size by evicting the oldest items (N would be specified when creating the queue).
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