Tthere are 6 boards here that are V-scored to break away. Left side is simple dip package module with some LEDs to get your feet wet soldering. the center board is a power supply for the breadboard and the right-most two columns incl. 3x BGA-PCBs (a pcb with BGA pads on the bottom) and a PCB that carries two of these 3 smaller modules.
Below is the power supply. Instead of doing two fixed voltages like the YwRobot boards, I put J4 and J6 on the board as 4-pin female headers. The outer two pins are connected and they allow you to put different resistors in to regulate the output of the second regulator to another voltage (could be 3.3, but could also be 2.5 or 1.8, etc)
The next 3 boards are BGA-PCBs or basically a PCB with BGA pads on the bottom side, that when you reball them, allows you to make board to board connnections without connectors. On the top side of these (in red) are LEDs, that enable us to confirm if the soldering was done properly and the connections are good.
The LEDs and resistors for the image above are all 0805s and we'll stencil these and make sure we get them reballed on the bottom side after the top side parts are in place.
Lastly is the carrier for the BGA parts. This is just landing areas for the BGA-PCBs and a breakout to a standard DIP package for the breadboard. It's a useful way to connect boards together when the boards are small enough (so warping doesn't kill it) and there is enough room on the child-board to be able to encapsulate some capability.
All of the schematics and PCB files can be found in the Github repo and are available without license to do with whatever you wish. Enjoy!