Alrighty,

    I've another question I'd like to pose the Ruby community. Coming 
from a Java background, so I'm rather used to "camelCase" as opposed to 
what looks to be the standard "ruby_case". (For those who don't know, If 
a method is java was named "DoSomething"  it would be called 
"doSomething" in Java, and likewise "do_something" in Ruby.)

Arguments I've personally witnessed against Camel Case is Acronyms. If I 
have an "ABC" in Camel Case it I'd have to would be to break up the 
acronym like "aBC" if it appears at the beginning of the word. A lot of 
people try to push the word to the end, others say to have the whole 
acronym as lowercase "abc", but I think that is just a workaround for 
the problem not a solution.

Once I started programming in ruby, I was a little surprised at the use 
of the underscore, but I'm wondering the sentiments of the programmers 
out there. Do you prefer word breaks by underscore or case? Does is look 
more readable? Does anything else irk you with Camel Case and/or Ruby's 
preference?

Not trying to incite flame_wars or the like, looking for honest opinions.

-Zach