I'm curious to know if anyone here is using Tangram
in their database apps, and if so, why? I've read the introductory
article, but I don't see the clear advantages to abandoning
standard DBI code in favor of Tangram. Yes, it's object-oriented,
but I don't always feel object-oriented is the way to go. The fact
that Perl doesn't force me to use objects if I don't want to
is one of the things I love about Perl.
I'd just like to know if there are any real-world examples that demostrate
its advantages convincingly enough to make me change the way
I design my database applications.