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  • If you write it like a perl app from 10 years ago, they will probably freak out. If you tell someone who doesn't read source code that it is a perl app, they might freak out.

    If you write it like most Catalyst devs say to, you'll probably have a well-engineered and maintainable app.

    Disclaimer: I'm not a webapp developer.

    • The "freak out" comment was more about it being in Perl than the technology. I suspect that if we pitch it as a black box that does HTTP we'll be okay, but I'm a little wary -- because of inexperience, not because I don't think Perl can do what it's supposed to.

      Good words about Catalyst though, thanks.