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To rename a computer that hosts a stand-alone instance of SQL Server
For a renamed computer that hosts a default instance of SQL Server, run the following procedures:

sp_dropserver <old_name>
GO
sp_addserver <new_name>, local
GO
Restart the instance of SQL Server.

For a renamed computer that hosts a named instance of SQL Server, run the following procedures:

sp_dropserver <old_name\instancename>
GO
sp_addserver <new_name\instancename>, local
GO
Restart the instance of SQL Server.

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You can be doing agile without performing any of the current recommended practices and you can perform all the recommended practices and still not be agile.

Lots of teams believe they are practicing agile just because they are doing standups or TDD… That’s like pretending to be a musician because you have the best instrument.

Agile is a culture not a process, Agile teams need to know the reasons for the principles stated in the manifesto, if a team is moving to Agile without understanding the philosophy behind agile, the team is at risk of keeping a Waterfall process with Agile practices.

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Know your options!
Ruby developers can choose from a variety of tools to get their job done.

The Ruby Toolbox gives you an overview of these tools, sorted in categories and rated by the amount of watchers and forks in the corresponding source code repository on GitHub so you can find out easily what options you have and which are the most common ones in the Ruby community.

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