If you're in trouble and cannot find an answer to a question which goes beyond Stack Overflow...
If you have a not-so-usual solution for your problems but need to justify it to your boss...
If you like to think on your own rather than blindly follow "common wisdom" and "profound truth"...
...then 'No Bugs' Hare on Soft.ware might be the right place for you.
Your mileage may vary. Batteries not included

Programming is a field where tips and tricks are abundant.

IT Hares proudly present their own bag of programming tips and tricks.

Tips & Tricks, page 1:

Parallel STL for Newbies: Reduce and Independent Modifications

Quote: “with std::reduce() such code, while it compiles at least under MSVC, MAY occasionally provide wrong results”
Another Quote: “if you happen to need something beyond that – take a deep breath and allocate at least several months to understand how does parallelism really work under the hood.”
[]

Using Parallel <algorithm> Without a Clue: 90x Performance Loss Instead of 8x Gain

Abstract: “I made an experiment which demonstrates Big Fat Dangers(tm) of implying that parallelization can be made as simple as just adding a policy parameter to your std:: call.”
Quote: “it is still necessary to understand what we’re doing”
[]

BDT – Automating Your Application Testing in Behavior-Driven Way

Quote: “Descriptive style takes its roots from the «chain» pattern, in which the methods enclosed in classes return some reference on themselves.”
Another Quote: “Business-driven testing or BDT allows non-technical members of any development team a stronger involvement in the development process by allowing them to comprehend test cases and even create their own. “
[]