I've recently given a lot of "F# + Fable" talks. I've rewritten my Fable talk a number of times so far, and have had the opportunity to give the newest rendition at the Philly.NET User Group on Feb 21st, 2018. Below, I'd like to provide links to relevant materials.
This talk was recorded and is available here: https://www.youtube.com/embed/AlPmHsd1AWg?start=4246
A good friend of mine, Dave Voyles, gave a talk on Data Science for Developers just before me. I'd highly recommend watching that talk as well, especially as I reference a few points of it in my talk.
I had a lot of fun preparing for this talk, especially as it was the first topic for my podcast, WTF#, and greatly enjoyed the audience's appreciation. If you haven't checked out the podcast yet, I'd highly appreciate it if you did! :)
That all said, here are the links.
- Presentation Slides: https://prezi.com/view/Xntqbnw2tZbTR0wxclQQ/
- Presentation Code: [will upload shortly]
- My F# Podcast, WTF#
- The offical F# website
- The Fable Compiler website
- The MIDI keyboard I used during my Fable demo, $100 on Amazon
- [Fable REPL] (https://fable.io/repl), a tool to execute F# code in the browser:
- Elmish documentation for a scalable architecture in F#
- SAFE Stack documentation for building full-stack F# web applications
- Contact me
 At this point, I've had the fortune of discussing F# + Fable
- At work as a Lunch & Learn
- in Washington D.C. in July 2017
- in Philadelphia, PA at the Philly F# User Group in Aug, 2017
- in Minsk, Belarus (!) while in the country with my SO, in Aug, 2017
- in Nortern NJ on Dec 12, 2017
- in the Empire State Building (!) in NYC, NY in Sep, 2017
- in Harrisburg, PA at the Central Penn .NET User Group in Feb, 2018
- in Malvern, PA at the Philly.NET User Group in Feb, 2018