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Because strontium is so similar to calcium, it is incorporated in the bone. All four stable isotopes are incorporated, in roughly the same proportions they are found in nature. However, the actual distribution of the isotopes tends to vary greatly from one geographical location to another. Thus, analyzing the bone of an individual can help determine the region it came from.[58][59] This approach helps to identify the ancient migration patterns and the origin of commingled human remains in battlefield burial sites.[60]

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The name Suomi (Finnish for 'Finland') has uncertain origins, but a common etymology with saame (the Sami) has been suggested.[40][41] In the earliest historical sources, from the 12th and 13th centuries, the term Finland refers to the coastal region around Turku. This region later became known as Finland Proper in distinction from the country name Finland.[42] See also Etymology of Finns.

Establishing trade with the Western powers, such as the United Kingdom, and paying reparations to the Soviet Union produced a transformation of Finland from a primarily agrarian economy to an industrialized one. Valmet (originally a shipyard, then several metal workshops) was founded to create materials for war reparations. After the reparations had been paid off, Finland continued to trade with the Soviet Union in the framework of bilateral trade.

The landscape is covered mostly by coniferous taiga forests and fens, with little cultivated land. Of the total area, 10% is lakes, rivers, and ponds, and 78% is forest. The forest consists of pine, spruce, birch, and other species.[109] Finland is the largest producer of wood in Europe and among the largest in the world. The most common type of rock is granite. It is a ubiquitous part of the scenery, visible wherever there is no soil cover. Moraine or till is the most common type of soil, covered by a thin layer of humus of biological origin. Podzol profile development is seen in most forest soils except where drainage is poor. Gleysols and peat bogs occupy poorly drained areas.

The cabinet exercises most executive powers and originates most of the bills that the parliament then debates and votes on. It is headed by the Prime Minister of Finland, and consists of him or her, other ministers, and the Chancellor of Justice. The current prime minister is Sanna Marin (Social Democratic Party). Each minister heads his or her ministry, or, in some cases, has responsibility for a subset of a ministry's policy. After the prime minister, the most powerful minister is often the minister of finance.

6 in two sentences of the Finnish Constitution states: "No one shall be placed in a different position on situation of sex, age, origin, language, religion, belief, opinion, state of health, disability or any other personal reason without an acceptable reason."[150]

Finnish and Swedish are the official languages of Finland. Finnish predominates nationwide while Swedish is spoken in some coastal areas in the west and south (with towns such as Ekenäs,[219] Pargas,[220] Närpes,[220] Kristinestad,[221] Jakobstad[222] and Nykarleby.[223]) and in the autonomous region of Åland, which is the only monolingual Swedish-speaking region in Finland.[224] The native language of 87.3% of the population is Finnish,[225][226] which is part of the Finnic subgroup of the Uralic language. The language is one of only four official EU languages not of Indo-European origin, and has no relation through descent to the other national languages of the Nordics. Conversely, Finnish is closely related to Estonian and Karelian, and more distantly to Hungarian and the Sami languages.

Finns have made major contributions to handicrafts and industrial design: among the internationally renowned figures are Timo Sarpaneva, Tapio Wirkkala and Ilmari Tapiovaara. Finnish architecture is famous around the world, and has contributed significantly to several styles internationally, such as Jugendstil (or Art Nouveau), Nordic Classicism and functionalism. Among the top 20th-century Finnish architects to gain international recognition are Eliel Saarinen and his son Eero Saarinen. Architect Alvar Aalto is regarded as among the most important 20th-century designers in the world;[286] he helped bring functionalist architecture to Finland, but soon was a pioneer in its development towards an organic style.[287] Aalto is also famous for his work in furniture, lamps, textiles, and glassware, which were usually incorporated into his buildings.

The Finns' love for saunas is generally associated with Finnish cultural tradition in the world. Sauna is a type of dry steam bath practiced widely in Finland, which is especially evident in the strong tradition around Midsummer and Christmas. The word sauna is of Proto-Finnish origin (found in Finnic and Sami languages) dating back 7,000 years.[311] Steam baths have been part of European tradition elsewhere as well, but the sauna has survived best in Finland, in addition to Sweden, Estonia, Latvia, Russia, Norway, and parts of the United States and Canada. Moreover, nearly all Finnish houses have either their own sauna or in multi-story apartment houses, a timeshare sauna. Municipal swimming halls and hotels have often their own saunas. The Finnish sauna culture is inscribed on the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage Lists.[312][313]

In terms of medals and gold medals won per capita, Finland is the best-performing country in Olympic history.[333] Finland first participated as a nation in its own right at the Olympic Games in 1908. At the 1912 Summer Olympics, three gold medals were won by the original "Flying Finn" Hannes Kolehmainen. In the 1920s and '30s, Finnish long-distance runners dominated the Olympics, with Paavo Nurmi winning a total of nine Olympic gold medals and setting 22 official world records between 1921 and 1931. Nurmi is often considered the greatest Finnish sportsman and one of the greatest athletes of all time. The 1952 Summer Olympics were held in Helsinki.

For example, when using MicroServices, you will definitely a health check for your microservice as your service registry/Load Balancer need to be updated with only live or healthy services so that any incoming request to your application goes to live node/server only. Instead of building your own health endpoint, you can just import the Spring Boot Actuator and use the built-in health endpoint.

For example, when you include a spring boot starter web dependency, from a coding point of view you will see spring mvc is available to you so that you can define REST endpoints or so, you can import @RestController, @RequestMapping etc to build REST endpoints for the application.

One of the ways to generate the Spring Boot based Project is using Spring Initializer. For this, visit and select appropriate parameters. This includes selecting build tool (Maven or Gradle), selecting the Language ( Java, Groovy or Kotlin), selecting the Spring Boot version, entering metadata like Group name, artefact name, package name, java version, release artefact type (Jar, War) etc. There is a final section where you can select various Spring Boot Starters, for example, Web Starter or Security Starter

Spring Boot has been built on top of Spring framework. By using it we can skip writing the boilerplate code like configuring the Database or Messaging Queues, XML configurations, setting build path and maven dependencies. Spring Boot can be assumed as the upgradation of existing Spring functionalities to make it robust and easy to use; that is required for building modern cloud applications.

Another important aspect of Spring Boot is embedded servers. Traditionally, with Java web applications we build a WAR or EAR file and deploy them into servers like Tomcat or JBoss etc. Hence, we need to pre-install a web/application server before deploying the WAR/EAR files. Whereas in Spring Boot the web server (Tomcat or Jetty) is part of the application JAR. To deploy applications using embedded servers, it is sufficient if; Java is installed on the server.

With monolithic application development age, programmers and managers had the comfort of taking ample time for setting up the framework, dependencies and defining all processes. However, in the era of microservices and with the agile development process, the expectation is to build the applications consistent and faster. Spring Boot project aims to solve this problem by providing intelligent defaults and embedded servers.

Spring Boot eases quick starting a new feature from an application development point of view. However, what about building, packaging and other life cycle steps of your Spring Boot application. Here, Spring Boot maven plugin comes to your rescue.

In the majority of cases, you will build a Spring Boot application using Spring Boot Starter Parent. However, there could be a case where you need to be very explicit about your dependencies and maven configuration. This could be a case of corporate rules or policies.

Service A (as a consumer) creates a contract that service B (as a producer) will have to abide by. This contract acts as the invisible glue between services - even though they live in separate code bases and run on different JVMs. Breaking changes can be detected immediately during build time.

On applying Hystrix circuit breaker to a method, it watches for failing calls to that method, and if failures build up to a threshold; Hystrix opens the circuit so that subsequent calls automatically fail.

Cloud Foundry is an open source cloud PaaS (platform as a service) where developers and organizations can build, deploy, run and scale their applications. It is the same company that manages Spring, hence has great support for running Spring based cloud applications.


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