I have seen some horrible soldered breadboards recently. And it wasn't just the soldering, the entire approach was bad. For a recent question, I was going to post pictures of my built circuit, but it seems that the OP has abandoned the post. Then I thought that this could be a reference question that people can point to in the future.
I searched this site and didn't find anything relevant.
Would it be appropriate to ask a question like this and answer it myself? It is opinion based, so this is a gray area. But it is something that many beginners badly need.
How should I wire my circuit onto a perfboard?
My answer will show how I typically build simple circuits with thru-hole parts. Others can add their own examples. I would like to limit the scope to fairly low-speed circuits. High-speed digital and RF is too complicated for beginners anyway.
Question: Is this acceptable? Or is there another way to word this so it won't be closed immediately?
FYI: Here is a link to the post that motivated me to create a build tutorial. If a general reference question is not acceptable, I will add my build tutorial to this answer. Astable Multivibrator Not Oscillating
Done: Q/A is here: How should I wire my circuit onto a perfboard?