2023-10-31 (Tu) EWC_Cyberdeck Power and ground soldering

I wanted to wire the rest of the components, but the soldering went slower than anticipated. I added all the 5V power wires in red, 3.3V in black, and GND in green. The daisy-chained components, like the potentiometers and toggle switches, already had linking wires, but I ran them together at the pushbutton protoboard. I did the same with the ground and 3.3V connections so I can quickly terminate three wires on the protoboard when I mount it. The signal connections are all I have left to solder.
Checking off the power wiring

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