As part of my new year's resolution, I want to try to really get better and much more advanced at a certain technology (Mathematica). I learn best by just doing things and as such, I end up having a ton of random questions. StackExchange seems like a great place to ask these questions and have people answer them .. but I could have up to a question per day. Is this too many questions? Is there a question:answer ratio that users should try to comply with, just as a matter of decorum?
Your best gauge for the future lies within The Complete Rate-Limiting Guide:
- Users < 125 rep, 20 minutes (90 minutes on Stack Overflow)
- Users limited by Anti-Recidivism System, one question per week
- Users limited from asking questions for 1 - 7 days based on the performance of their previous questions
- Users < 10k rep trip Captcha if more than once per 60 seconds
- Users > 10k rep trip Captcha if more than once per 30 seconds
- On Stack Overflow, Super User, Server Fault and Math (not active on all other sites)
- maximum of 6 questions per day
- maximum of 50 questions per 30 days
In terms of post quality... that's up to the community.
If you are asking useful, constructive, non-duplicate, and well-written questions, there is no such thing as "too many."