Take a look at http://www.iinteractive.com/moose/ in the "articles" section are two nice Linux Mag articles that merlyn wrote, and an interesting comparison of Moose to Ruby by Barry Walsh. You might also want to look in the "presentation" section as well, some of the talks are kind of tutorial-ish. And if you are going to YAPC::NA this year in Chicago I will be giving a tutorial on Moose there this year. And lastly, if you are on IRC, feel free to stop by #moose on irc.perl.org the community there is pretty helpful.
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