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There’s plenty of room for improvement in the typical development workflow for Kubernetes.

One area in particular is the development feedback loop. The shorter the feedback loop, the more you stay in the creative mindset — which, in turn, is what makes coding so much fun.

But in most workflows, every time you change a service that’s running on Kubernetes — be it a major upgrade or just fixing a typo — there are lots of steps between writing your code…

Ellen Körbes

Ellen Körbes runs DevRel at Tilt. They’ve built Kubernetes tooling under SIG-CLI and spoken about Go and Kubernetes at events worldwide. She/they. @ellenkorbes

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