I am currently a python programmer (6yoe, TC 275k) and I want to switch to a data science/ML role, ideally in bioinformatics. There are quite a few websites offering courses. My question is, which of these is the best - both in terms of learning the necessary skills, and reputable among employers (if any)? Do any of their certificates/credentials carry weight with employers? Udacity is by far the most expensive, do employers actually respect their nanodegrees? I am going to study full time for 2-3 months so neither time nor cost are important factors. The most important thing to me is to learn the skills and get a REAL data science job (not building an ETL pipeline or other infrastructure).
Step 1 is to get the f out of that shithole