What would you recommend for learning webdev stuff?
So Over the summer I've taken a class online with my dad, "Python for Everybody" on Coursera, and while I completed the course and have very little experience in other languages (Java, Visual Basic) it seems that everybody within 200 miles of me is looking for web developers. To be honest I'm 27 and was in and out of college but ran out of funding and I'm tired of my hospitality career. I've been looking around for developer classes online and I've seen a few that look interesting but I'm not sure where to start.
There's the Web Developer Bootcamp on Udemy which is pretty cheap and looks like it offers a lot of great information.
On Coursera there's the Full Stack Web Development from The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Web Design for Everybody from the University of Michigan, Ruby on Rails Web Development from Johns Hopkins that all look like they'll provide a great learning experience, but are kinda expensive.
Looking around on here, I've seen The Odin Project which looks interesting as well, and free?
My dad really likes Coursera because it comes through universities and completion gives you a certificate that you can show off, which for someone who has yet to graduate would look good.
Does anyone have any suggestions? I'm just looking for a little perspective before shelling out money/time. Anyway, thanks for reading and any help/advice.