Focus more on the content and less on the certifications themselves. Its fine to aim for the certifications as a personal goal, but when it comes to coding/programming its the experience you gain building the stuff that matters.
There are some game development courses out there that will go over the specific tools you can use to build a game. This will help you get used to the tools/techniques used in the industry and could help you get a job. However, it should be noted that getting a job in game development is very hard, and the industry is very unforgiving. Its a tough industry to work in due to tight deadlines, tight budgets, changing trends, and ever smaller profit margins. If its your dream then go for it, just don’t be surprised if its rough work that isn’t any fun like actually playing the games.
Front and Back-end web development
Full stack development is growing in demand due to the prevalence of the web. Internally you could be building full stack apps inside of any company to help them do their work. Throw in the move to more remote work, and “digital tools” are here to stay and grow.
The main thing to consider is that the web changes constantly, and there is a large pool of people who are also getting into different parts of web development. So being able to stand out and network to get your job(s) is more or less key. Regardless, the web isn’t going anywhere any time soon, so its safe bet.
Software programming for similar programs such as NASA
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“One does not just program for NASA”
NASA, like any large organization, uses a wide range of technologies for different problems. You could be writing a software patch for the Curiosity rover in C that needs to work in sub-zero temperatures a million miles away with 0 human involvement.
Or you could help build an interactive 3D diagram of the solar system so us humans can get a better idea of our solar system in our web browser.
You can get into essentially any industry using programming, it opens up a lot of doors. Just keep with the concepts, learn the material, and keep an eye out for what kind of jobs you want to apply for a learn what is being asked for.
Good luck, keep learning and keep building!