Kubectl is the tool for interacting with your Kubernetes cluster. But did you can make it even more powerful by adding your own commands? We will explore how we can extend kubectl to improve our workflows and get things done faster. After learning how to develop and use plugins, we will see how we can share our plugin with others and find other plugins. We will look at a newly created krew-plugin “Windows debug” which automates getting Windows node access as an example for automating releases to the krew plugin repository. By the end of the session, you will know how to create plugins and share them for everyone to benefit.