After many pizza slices for lunch, the second half of the day was spent in the classroom at various stations based on our additional subteams: electrical engineering, programming, and computer-aided design (CAD). There were two electrical stations. At one of them, we soldered two wires together and crimped terminals onto the ends. At the other, we learned about the various electronics that go onto our robots, including a Roborio and a power-distribution panel. At the programming station, we learned how to deploy code onto the robot and how to enable the robot, all using FRC Driver Station. We even got to try our hand at maneuvering the robot around some chairs. Needless to say, there were a lot of collisions, but it was a great way for students to practice driving our robots. Finally, at the CAD station, we used Onshape to make a carving of our names and then used the laser cutter to cut them.