Steven Levy

Steven Levy

Levy is a senior writer for Wired. Previously, he was chief technology writer and a senior editor for Newsweek. Levy has written six books and had articles published in Harper's, Macworld, The New York Times Magazine, The New Yorker, Premiere, and Rolling Stone. Steven has won several awards during his 25+ years of writing about technology, including Hackers, which PC Magazine named the best Sci-Tech book written in the last twenty years and, Crypto, which won the grand eBook prize at the 2001 Frankfurt Book festival.

Hackers Hackers
by Steven Levy
May 2010
Print: $29.99
Ebook: $25.99

"This is a great book. It should be on the required reading list of every aspiring developer."
--Pan Pantziarka, TechBookReport

"This is a great read."
--Mark Dykeman, Broadcasting Brain

--Misty Matonis,

"I recommend you read Hackers to learn about the people who helped to popularize computers for us all today."
--Danny Williams, BCS

"If I were to be shipwrecked on a desert island and was allowed just one IT book to keep me company until my death, Hackers: Heroes of the Computer Revolution would be it."
--Davey Winder, DaniWeb

"If you haven't read Hackers, either in the original or new edition, I would recommend it. It's a fascinating read."
--Thomas Duff, Duffbert's Random Musings

"Hackers is an outstanding read, as fresh and illuminating a history of The Hacker Ethic as you will ever find, even 25 years after its original publication. This is a true classic of the genre."
--Greg Barbrick,

"While several books have been written through the years giving partial biographies of the pioneers and leaders of Computer Software Development, none other than this classic gives a fully developed creative and fun picture of lives and adventures of these programming pioneers."
--Ira Laefsky,

"For anyone who enjoys working with computers, Hackers is a must-read. "
--Bron (Ana Thierry),