My question is pointed to anyone who changed his/her profession to programing. Of course learning programming is obvious. No doubt. I’m in the middle of online training. I wonder what might be my next option/ options. This is the question of possibilities (boot-camps, internships …), while still working in my old job. Final choice is up to me. Any experience based advice, or feasible ideas are those concepts I would appreciate.
Programming is a craft. You need to learn this early.
What you are doing is education, and for programming, it is a required first step.
What you need to be employed is skill. Skill is the ability to avoid mistakes and produce good products. To develop skill, there is only one path: practice.
So to "get into" programming, learn and practice. I see too many people who attempt to enter the field by learning only. Consider it like Piano. No matter how much you learn about music, without practice you will never play Piano well.
Once you have practiced enough that you can solve simple programming problems without using the Internet, you should do well in interviews.
I notice that all of your "next steps" involve learning, and none of them seem to involve much practice. As skill is what is being asked for in an interview, I would state that none of these programs alone will help.
A good book on the subject is all that is generally needed for obtaining the information (spend a little time to discover the best book for your topic); but, two or more hours per day over a few weeks (or months, depending on the topic) is required to land the job. Plan your money to support your skill building, as it will be more expensive (in time) than any class.