You must not be familiar with the developer definition, then. First you went out to the field, planted your own computer part trees, harvested the parts, soldered them and put them together into a machine. Then you created your own custom operating system, a completely new keyboard configuration (no QWERTY for you!), made a CAT (because a computer mouse is for losers) and then typed a 1904865081276029768940-lines long code in one hour that made your whole game perfectly, without needing any graphics, sounds, or that pesky testing. Only then are you considered a Developer.