Ok, long time reader first time asker on this parcticulair stack-exchange. I am rather new to electronics, I've done some simple projects like Blinking Lights, alarms that go on when its dark and a Joystick Gamepad (with Arduino).
However, I am experianced in system programming, I've written a bootloader (x86) for fun, read assembler language for a living and have hacked some code for kernel modules.
For my most recent projects I got rid of the arduino and used a breadboard to build the entire board (same setup as the arduino though). I've created a project, got the breadboard prototype to work and now I am ordering a number of PCBs (seeedstudio) to get the real prototype going.
While I am waiting for these boards and the components to arrive I've started a project with the RaspberryPI, created a embedded linux for it and I've been playing with the GPIO. Now I wonder, how hard is it (and what is required) to breadboard a raspberrypi so I can eventually also get my own boards created for beefier projects.
TL;DR) What should I learn about before I can assemble a RaspberryPi on my Breadboard? As I can't imagine it is as easy as breading the Arduino
Note: I've read, http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Standalone