When programming an ATtiny85 with a Sparkfun Programmer or an Arduino, you can only see one LED blink and cannot be sure your sketch is working properly. When searching for more complex code I found Lynn Bruning at eTextile Lounge had made several breadboard prototypes. In thinking about it, I realized I could make my own tester breadboard for teaching students and teachers during classes. What a time saver for everyone. Be sure to neaten, or flatten your wires so electrical components stay put. To improve efficiency, I would make three more so no one has to wait to test their sketch. Ultimately, this design could be transferred to a permanent PCB board with a removable 8 pin holder for the ATtiny85.