Your entity is @Cacheable, your cache is configured properly, but still, loading an entity produces a lot of sql queries. I noticed that the other day, and realized something: hibernate does not cache collection mappings.
In many cases, in statistical modeling, we would like to test whether the underlying distribution from an i.i.d. sample lies in a given (parametric) family. One natural (though not necessarily correct) approach is to use goodness-of-fit tests.
Open Source projects are great at encouraging chest thumping and misty eyes, but the really exciting thing about them is when they start to actually come to life – as in ship real products that can be used.
The following post will show how in one of the projects that I took part in we used Spring's AOP to introduce some security related functionalities. The concept was such that in order for the user to see some UI components he needed to have a certain level of security privillages.
A large portion of the design world and folks inside Apple are not fans of Skeumorphism in the modern age. Sure it made sense 30 years ago but consensus is now that these skeuomorphs are tacky, obtrusive and make the company look dated and behind the times. Many feel it disables innovation.