I do not publish talk slides. My slides are never intended for stand-alone consumption: if they were, you wouldn't need to attend the talk; if you did attend, what additional value would attending contribute? But these days it's possible to have a video or at least audio archive, which changes everything.

Some of my talks that are available on-line:

I also did an interview with Erik Meijer (2009) for MSDN's Channel 9. We talked about types for JavaScript, event-driven reactivity, Flapjax, and programming environments on the Web. Totally uncut. So raw it bleeds. Sort of.