PreviousNext releases a free Drupal CMS platform specifically designed to meet mandatory government website requirements.
PreviousNext offers world-class Acquia Drupal Training courses on-site or as public classes in Australia and New Zealand.
Chris Skene to present, and Kim Pepper to mentor at the Drupal 8 code sprints in Portland, Oregon.
PreviousNext works with the CSIRO and The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to build out websites for the International Semantic Web Conference 2013 and Web Science Australia.
Two gun developers in Queensland have helped broaden PreviousNext's Drupal security and administration expertise over the past year.
PreviousNext will host a Drupal Sprint Day on March 9, 2013 in the PreviousNext studios in Ultimo, Sydney.
As Gold sponsors and local organising team members, PreviousNext is excited about this global Drupal event coming to Australia.
Lead Consultant Christopher Skene joins PreviousNext to drive the adoption of Drupal in the Australian government.
Drupal to be showcased by PreviousNext at Australia's premier web industry conference.
PreviousNext and Acquia are hosting a breakfast seminar showcasing Drupal in Canberra on 24th July 2012.
PreviousNext has joined the world’s leading Drupal consulting, design and development firms in becoming a Supporting Partner of the Drupal Association.
Rob Barac has joined PreviousNext in the newly created role of Business Director to help manage the Drupal firm's continuing expansion.