Not the term I would use. If you study js/jquery for 5 years I doubt v much whether you'd be able to produce perfect jquery. All code is ridden with bugs. Most code could do with a bit of optimization.
The main challenge for me (as a non-js coder - I just do it when I have to), is to produce an workable algorithm for the process. Once you've got that sorted, coding is far more straightforward. All languages have their own little foibles and 'best practice' though. The biggest headache and paradoxically, the biggest facilitator for me, is 'chaining'.