I have one 800 points breadboard, which is “Large” = does not fit the powersource.
I have another 800 points breadboard, which is of poor quality but fits the powersouce pins
I have the Arduino Uno itself mounted next to a mini-breadboard.
I have to extend the circuits by EEPROMs that are mounted each 8 on their own 400 points breadboard.
…and so on.
There are jumpers everwhere, varieous male/female connectors, connected or not.
Briefly wiring became a nightmare. And I am only 1/3 of the project, and only 1/2 of the pieces are attached.
Looking to various tutorials I found different wiring strategies, most I cant apply because I am on a different strategy to work or on different hardware.
I am planning to build a wooden breadboard base, but I postpone the execution to the point I will learn more, fearing I will multiply the mess otherwise.
Is there any reliable reference web-site to learn how to prototype / wire on breadboards?