Since I tend to be fanatic about all naming conventions: you can teach a monkey to count (even better than yourself) but you cannot teach a monkey to write (hence to read) - Math vs Literature. Some personal observations about the lower camel case convention (lcc for brevity):
- lcc is "easy" because it does not take the effort to distinguish between methods and properties
- lcc is shorter with a character (the missing _)
- lcc is what everyone is accustomed to
None of the above arguments makes sense to me unless we neglect the factor readability.
“The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.” ― Bernard Shaw
How come all these media fucks suddenly find everything about 40 years old money laundering that contains evidences only against Russia (except some meaningless public faces and puppets)? Do these same clowns dare to reveal even a bit of data about their idol - the vapour called USD? Of course not. 40 years and suddenly this "breaking" news... Idiots rolling expensive propaganda with no real effect.