This year saw the release of Yafra 2.0 and an overhaul of this website. My day job has been very demanding since late spring, so that there is hardly any time left for my little side projects.

We have lots of books and a rather large bookshelf in the hallway. Books are being added, some get sold and sometimes we lend them to friends and colleagues. Time to start another side project and get organized. is now based on my own hugo theme! As mentioned in new theme earlier this year, I wanted a theme for this site that satisfies at least these requirements

My intention with the SwiftUI port of Yafra was to release it as soon as the bare functionality was there and then polish it (and there is a lot to polish when using SwiftUI).

Once more, I’ll have to praise the fine folks at Git-Tower for their generous give-aways. I won a copy of Dash when I took part in their 2021 Mac Developer Survery.

Although I complained a bit about SwiftUI, it really helped moving forward with the rewrite of Yafra . It is so easy to experiment with new ideas. For example, I have a list of presets that the user can use to load a new film or to switch cameras.