Startups create an all-in-one service for remote workshops

Danish startup Butter is developing a platform for holding workshops in a remote format. According to the developers themselves, the service will be much more convenient than Zoom or Teams from Microsoft.

The workshop is a relatively new format in distance learning, which allows you to acquire skills and then immediately apply them in practice. Usually, such events are held in a small group: the teacher tells and shows how to do something, and the participants repeat after him under strict guidance.

To do this, Butter has several useful tools (like a “whiteboard,” notes, etc.) and the main idea of ​​the project – an intuitive and user-friendly interface. When preparing a room, you can specify a welcome page, picture, and music. The “agenda” – the main goal of the event, which can be broken down into tasks and move along it – will help in mastering something new.

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Alexandr Ivanov earned his Licentiate Engineer in Systems and Computer Engineering from the Free International University of Moldova. Since 2013, Alexandr has been working as a freelance web programmer.
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