I have been playing around with Kubernetes lately and was looking for an easy way to get a cluster going locally. I came across Kind when looking for this solution and found it really easy to use.
It's super easy to get a cluster going especially if you already have kubectl installed. It's fast to install kind as you can just download the executable and include it in your path.
In PowerShell for example
curl.exe -Lo kind-windows-amd64.exe https://kind.sigs.k8s.io/dl/v0.10.0/kind-windows-amd64 Move-Item .\kind-windows-amd64.exe c:\some-dir-in-your-PATH\kind.exe
Getting a cluster going after installation is just as easy
docker ps kind create cluster docker ps watch kubectl get nodes
After a few seconds you will have a control plane up and ready to accept commands. I think it will be really fun to explore what can be done by having a Kubernetes cluster available in such a short amount of time.