So what I already know is:
HTML CSS JS (I took off school coding classes for 3 years and I think I have some certificates as proof I did them so I can show them to the employer)
NodeJS (I mainly made discord bots and I don’t have any certificates since I learned it on the go since I already knew JS from the classes I mentioned before)
C# (I’m learning in school but I’m way faster then my class and it’s very boring for me since my teacher isn’t challenging me even tho I’m almost done with the whole book even tho it was supposed to last like 4 months and we’ve spent less then 1 month on it)
Java (I know less then basics but have made minecraft plugins in the past)
Python (I’m learning this on codecademy)
I’m mostly interested in back-end programming so I thought I should first finish learning python, after this learn Kotlin.
To finish python I was thinking of doing 3 udemy courses, one is about automating tasks with python one is about using python with realistic applications and one is about artificial intelligence with python (I already bought the last one) the reason I want to do courses on udemy is because they have certificates I can show to the employer. I also wanted to get a solo learn and a m1m0 certificate on python since those are free when you complete the course.
Other than this I thought I should also build a portfolio and a github and contribute to projects + make my own open source projects.
Are my ideas good to maybe get a part time / summer job or should I also learn other languages.
I was thinking maybe I also have to learn Java/C++/SQL/PHP since these also seem very usefull but I want to be sure I will need the languages I learn since it doesn’t seem usefull to learn languages I will never use.
Last question is will it be possible to get a coding job by 17 in the summer / part time or will no employer hire someone under 18 with no past experience?