I’ve never felt like one of the hoary old veteran developers that prattle on about coding on some sort of hardware I’ve never even heard of. I do feel a little bit old today though. I just saw a post explaining Hungarian notation written for .Net and Java developers that have never seen it — just in case they ever have to work with a legacy codebase. Granted, it’s been awhile since I’ve used Hungarian notation personally, but come on! I’m not that old! That was *the* way to name variables just a little bit ago!
I do still use underscores to denote a class field, but that’s it. I know that offends some people, but we all have our individual oddities. I can’t say that I miss seeing p_strVariable and m_objInstanceOfAClass in my code though.