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cube farm

n
informal US and Canadian an office which is divided up by mid-height partitions to create separate work spaces
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"Not every student needs to amass a mountain of college debt just to be able to make mediocre wages working in a fluorescent-lit cube farm."
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"We've left our cube farm,'' says JCSI Corporate Staffing president and founder Jim Sullivan, whose new company headquarters is as removed from a sea of cubicles as can be.
New programmer's survival manual; navigate your workplace, cube farm, or startup.
With more than 20 years of cartoons depicting life on a "cube farm," it would seem Dilbert's story has struck a chord with many working Americans.
If you are an IT administrator, chances are you have seen it written on a yellow sticky and proudly affixed to at least a couple of monitors in your local cube farm. This book offers several dozen ways for IT and users to work together against hackers and to create an atmosphere where passwords are designed to foil even social engineering.
The root of Microsoft's problem, he claims, is that it is pitching its products to the senior IT management, not the 'dinosaurs' in the cube farm whose daily life revolves around Outlook, Excel and Word.
You can deploy the series of 12 training videos that showcase the Alpha Nerd of the cube farm and his faithful sidekick, Dogbert, who serves as animated protagonist for the real-life central figures who facilitate each of the videos.
Cube Farm in Orford, said last year's official production was some 65,000 gallons, a harvest that was just slightly less than the five-year average of 69,000 gallons.
As you probably well know, intelligent recognition systems go far beyond your ID badge at the cube farm. Character recognition, natural language processing, computer vision, robotics, medical imaging, visualization and the media are all applications in which these systems are common or essential.