By itself, Kubernetes is not necessarily a developer-friendly platform. Building, deploying, and testing microservice-oriented applications can involve a lot of manual work and copious amounts of YAML. Thankfully, Azure has the tools you need to make Kubernetes approachable and productive for developers. In this session, John Stallo and Nicholas Greenfield will cover how you can use tools like Azure Dev Spaces to swiftly onboard developers onto complex applications, and how to rapidly iterate and test applications with dozens or hundreds of microservices. John and Nicholas will also cover how to use Azure Pipelines to increase confidence in code rollouts by testing GitHub pull requests in the context of the broader application running in Azure Kubernetes Service.