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The most relaxed testing framework of Kubernetes in the world

Repo: GitHub

Dudelopers abide!

Come join the most relaxed testing framework of Kubernetes in the world – Dudenetes. If you’d like to find continuous peace on Github and enjoy bowling in production, man, we’ll help you get started. Right after a little nap.

You shouldn’t try too hard to enjoy working with Kubernetes. Enjoying working with Kubernetes is relatively easy if you just take it easy and scale with the flow. It’s not all about sprints, achievements and success. It’s about applying basic common sense, speaking English for telling stories, and not being worried about how other creeps roll at you. After all, well, it’s just their opinion, man.

The beauty of Dudenetes framework is its simplicity.

Once you write code for testing code, it gets too complex and everything can go wrong.

The Kubernetes e2e testing framework is hard and complicated and nobody knows what to do about it. So don’t do anything about it. Just take it easy, man. Kick back with some friends and oat soda and if the goddamn control-plane crashes into the mountain, just mark it zero and don’t go over the line – that is to say, abide. And then, when nobody’s calling, let’s go find some good burgers, dude.

Take that hill and be a good fellow dudeloper! That means sharing your stories and use godog to map them with kubectl commands.

See you further on up the trail,

There's 106 miles to Chicago, we've got a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes, it's dark out, and we're wearing sunglasses. Hit it!

Thankie

What is this?

The combination of godog and kubectl. People who are using this project they are called Dudelopers

Disclaimer

Dudenetes is a testing framework for Kubernetes with the philosophy, or lifestyle inspired by "The Dude", the protagonist of the Coen Brothers' 1998 film The Big Lebowski.

Looking for hackers with the skills:

golang kubernetes bdd tdd kubectl helm testing thedude

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