from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An area used or allocated for one's work, as in an office.
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- n. An area allocated for someone to work in, especially in an office
- n. A file (or system of files) in which related software and data can be manipulated or developed in isolation from others
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. space allocated for your work (as in an office)
I use Eclipse as an development tool. i have created the folder of the application in the workspace of the eclipse. path for that is c: \workspace. when i try to put the APP server on, it gives me some exception in console. i am pasting the console down ---- >
Our rationale for the Bedouin workspace is that you shouldn't need to pay for an office that you're not using 24x7 for papers and furniture storage.
Configuring, tweaking and reconfiguring your workspace is all part of the process that leads you to an optimised space to unfold your workflow.
The easiest way to imagine such a workspace is as something like a shared version of Outlook, where members of a team can see not only their own to-do lists, deadlines, and so on but also those of their colleagues.
Doesn't look like that "workspace" is really designed for work.
A few deliberate steps need to be taken to make sure a workspace is properly devised.
He hears what customers are saying because on busy days when other workspace is occupied, employees make calls from his office.
From the custom ergonomic chair to the tilting work surface of the ergonomic desk, the workspace is geared for long term comfort.
The workspace is two banks of tables, the longest 7. 3m in length, covered with computers including a miniature rendering farm.
Consequently, while my workspace is rather large, it is also a zendo where work and practice are not separate.