I hadn't previously been aware that vroom had an
underscore-centric worldview - and particularly not a
multi-underscore-centric worldview. This probably comes
from a background of excessive C coding, as opposed to
the funkyCaps-centric worldview that others enjoy.
I'm still disappointed he didn't go to Linux World Expo in drag.
camelCaps are also known as Hungarian Notation among VB developers in particular...comes from combining a 3-letter abbreviation in front of a variable or function name that denotes what the object is, and then camelCapping(?) the words together so:
The term Hungarian comes from Microsoft programmer Charles Simonyi, who used it at Microsoft, and encouraged it's use in VB, and happens to be Hungarian. Plus, he would joke that it kind of looks like Hungarian...