Saluting Innovation at uShip for adopting a continuous deployment process that reduces risk when new software code is pushed into production. Developers at most companies write code to update their websites and user interfaces and wait to push it into production on monthly release schedules. When bugs appear in infrequently updating code, developers have to scour thousands of lines of code to find the error. uShip's development team has eliminated this risky and inefficient deployment problem by creating a new process to push code every two hours. As soon as a developer has finished perfecting a piece of code, he or she can push it automatically into production receiving feedback in minutes. The continuous deployment process reduces the risk of bugs and empowers developers to quickly make a difference. We salute uShip for implementing a process that allows them to do things that other companies cannot.