Footprint in a sentence as a noun

One of the trends I see in coming centuries is that footprint will reach a point of reducing in size.

Developers think it's ok for their applications to bloat out and have a huge memory footprint.

Everything you buy has an energy footprint, and for many things it's one that we outsource to China.

If you have researched your market this should not be that hard.\niv.\tTheir online footprint indicates they are ambitious.

He eats meat, which has a vast footprint in terms of land, water and energy use. How minimal is a lifestyle that leads to irrevocable climate change?

But I couldn't care less - if people are installing CFLs in their homes I don't really care how much they care about their electrical footprint.

I had to chuckle when I read this snippet:"Being small is not an excuseOne common argument to choose Lua is that it has a small footprint.

Go is fast enough and getting faster very quickly and it definitely has a smaller memory footprint.

Like any piece of software they can be tuned to reduce their resource footprint, but compared to other languages their out of the box setup is horrible.

The investment Apple made in reducing the footprint of the OS is basically not being taken into account in pricing.

Can you not accept that Jobs was a great leader who didn't deserve to die, but that he left a scary, proprietary footprint all over the mobile and tablet space?

In now way is Go less powerful than Java. It's fast enough to be in the same league as java. It has a lower memory footprint than java. It compiles faster than java.

Honestly, the absolute best thing you could do for any dev, is lighten the footprint FF currently has on my ram, and continue to improve the api for add-ons/plugins.

And, I'd really like to see what he thinks about our 1 MByte firmware limits, 4 MByte flash footprints....Ironically, We've only recent had the memory budget to consider LUA.

It gives people a path whereby, instead of climbing the organizational ladder, their efficiency gains are paid back to them in the ability to retain employment with a reduced work footprint.

Footprint definitions


a mark of a foot or shoe on a surface; "the police made casts of the footprints in the soft earth outside the window"

See also: footmark step


a trace suggesting that something was once present or felt or otherwise important; "the footprints of an earlier civilization"


the area taken up by some object; "the computer had a desktop footprint of 10 by 16 inches"