It's likely I was coding before you were a twinkle in your father's eye. I've done my share of programming in the past. As a sysadmin I find I can code to my heart's content without having some project manager or manager breathing over my neck to get some buggy code out. If you had actual systems admin skills, you'd understand that we need to work together to get your code out to production as seamlessly as possible. That means working within the constraints of the environment your project is destined for. What that doesn't mean is that you can pull some Linux distro of the week out of your ass and expect it to be deployed into production without issue or complaint. Depending on the urgency of the requirement, you might get it deployed, but I guarantee you, you will be working on the next version with a supported operating system.
If you can't understand that dev, qa, and ops are a team, then perhaps you should come out of your mom's basement and check out the real world.