You forget that these examples are for beginners/junior developers.

While I can swallow that the arrow notation can be difficult to read when you aren’t familiar with it (been there but you get over it quickly, especially if you have a good mentor [looking at you snarechops!]), I would expect a junior to be intimately aware of the problems with `this` and once I explained to them what an arrow function does, I would expect them to comprehend why they are a better alternative to using `that` or `self` placeholders.

I definitely advocate using them in production code even if you have to put up with transpiling in the mean time.

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