Growing up, Scott lived in a house on a street named Capewood Place. It had a large yard with a white picket fence. It was in this house where Scott learned to ride a bike, fix a go cart, get along with his sister, drive a lawn tractor and the importance of being honest (possibly as the result of running over a number of sprinklers with the lawn tractor).
When launching his software consulting business, Scott wanted to emphasize integrity and trustworthiness. For Scott, this home was an icon of the trust and safety he experienced as a child. So it was a natural choice when it came to deciding on the name of this business.
It is no coincidence that Scott also wrote his first simple computer program in this house on Capewood Place.