Command line junkie.
Recall that intercaps [camelCase] became popular in programming languages that did not allow underscores within names, such as Pascal and Smalltalk. In using intercaps, one seems to be reverting to the early Middle Ages, when handwritten words were not separated, and thus flouting an important readability tool that is a thousand years old. 1
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