I don't know much about developer certification tracks (I'm more of a system administrator), but I think the ubiquitous automobile analogy would fit here. So far you have essentially said "I want to buy a car. What should I get?"
Well, it depends on what you want it to do for you. If you want to be a Windows software developer, you might look into some of the MS developer certs (MCITP and whatnot). If you want to be a database administrator, pick your platform (Oracle, MS SQL, MySQL, etc.) and choose a DBA cert for that platform.
Like buying a car, decide what you want before getting the cert. Don't buy an SUV and then decide you want a fuel-efficient vehicle, or buy a compact car to haul construction equipment.