Possibly many questions have been asked on soldering smd parts, but I haven't found specific answers, Like:
Do you use a watchmakers lens or some other type of magnifying glass while soldering these miniature components? What would be most optimum to see a larger picture?
How do you solder components where pads lie beneath the package, I don't own a reflow oven and have tried to ignore these packages but can't do that anymore.
Are there any techniques to manually solder BGA, iLCC, CSP amongst others.
What tools do you use, apart from tweezers, soldering iron, solder wire, and a bright/ illuminated workplace. Any suitable "third hand" that you have found that makes a monster of a difference?
Is there a specific tip thickness to use for the soldering iron, what about the solder wire guage?
For prototyping if would not always be feasible to make a pcb, do you solder these components on a veroboard or do you buy a breakout board?
You could add more to these based on your experience and wisdom…