Why my naming convention thought is different

I heard a lot of voices saying that they want to make their coding style the same with the corresponding frameworks, so they study the ancestors’ codes and mimic the so called golden standards.

Keeping coding style the same with the framework is no wrong. But don’t lost your own voice when you are trying to follow other’s. 

I prefer my coding style being different from the framework that I’m using. One big advantage is that it will be much easier to distinguish which part of the codes is mine and which belongs to the API. For example, a mix of camelCase and underscore conventions:

If a new member comes to read this java snippet, he will find it useful to find the road map of this project. Sometimes I think a proper way to mix will make life easier, isn’t it?

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