This actually ties into a pretty recent rant I wrote about code documentation: https://medium.com/@DementedScript/document-your-damn-code-5d83bee38243#.j6twq5g27
tl;dr — it seems like even most arguments against proper documentation turn into honestly just laziness and/or intellectual elitism.
I’ve been working for 7 years. There’s so much for me to still learn. And the first lesson? The more people you have working on things, the more great ideas you get. There shouldn’t be a barrier of entry for people.
JS is like the trading card game of languages. It’s pretty easy to get into and does some cool things, but there are also a ton of cool things you can do once you get more comfortable with it, and there are always new things to mastery and try out.