(Preamble: I'm a community manager at Stack Exchange, so you can consider this a response from the management. :))
As mentioned in the comments, this question asking block is fully automatic. There is no person in this company who can click a button to lift it because there is no such button.
The meta FAQ post describes some of the behaviours that are likely to lead to a block, but they're not intended to be fully comprehensive or a judgement on your programming abilities.
The overall intention of this block is to ask that you work on your existing content before trying to post further. The voting on your content is a measurement of how much the community finds it worthwhile, so if you can improve your existing questions enough to get them up-voted, your ability to post again will be reinstated automatically by the system.
With that said, it looks like this meta post has had its ultimately desired effect and you are no longer blocked from posting questions. I suggest keeping the general tips from the meta post as well as the How to Ask in mind when asking future questions. They should help you write questions that attract attention and upvotes.
Hope this helps.