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Stand with Ukraine

Hi! I'm Vladimir Agafonkin.

I'm a software engineer. I created Leaflet, the number one library for interactive web maps, and maintain 50+ other open source projects with a focus on algorithms, computational geometry and performance. I'm building the future of maps at Mapbox. Here are a few of my best tech articles:

I'm a musician. I write songs, play guitar and sing in Obiymy Doschu. If you like beautiful, evocative, multilayered rock music with string arrangements, check out our last album.

I'm a father to beautiful 7-year-old twin girls, I'm happily married and live in Kyiv, Ukraine. I love baking, photography, strength training, martial arts, reading sci-fi and fantasy, and exploring quiet parks. You can find tidbits of my life on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.


  1. 🍃 JavaScript library for mobile-friendly interactive maps 🇺🇦

    JavaScript 35.3k 5.4k

  2. Interactive, thoroughly customizable maps in the browser, powered by vector tiles and WebGL

    JavaScript 8.9k 2k

  3. rbush Public

    RBush — a high-performance JavaScript R-tree-based 2D spatial index for points and rectangles

    JavaScript 2k 215

  4. The fastest and smallest JavaScript polygon triangulation library for your WebGL apps

    JavaScript 1.7k 178

  5. An incredibly fast JavaScript library for Delaunay triangulation of 2D points

    JavaScript 1.8k 114

  6. projects Public

    A list of awesome open source projects Vladimir Agafonkin is involved in.

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