tips... go thru the tutorial and demo patches, these contain most of what you need to know to get started, and remember than most object have 'help patches' to show how to use them.
if your not sure how objects work, use controls (ctrl/dial etc) and display objects (disp/*) to see whats going on.
as with all programming, its all about practice and experimenting, the more you play with it the more you will learn.
to avoid frustration, start writing simple patches e.g. simple synth/fx/sequencer (and really write them rather than copy from tutorials ) , don't worry too much about the functionality, and how they sound, take shortcuts if necessary, just make sure they work!
slowly build up, doing different things...
the trick is to not go too fast, not be too ambitious, which will lead to frustration... but still challenge yourself.
and of course, you can ask questions here on the forum, lots of helpful people here.
tip: for question, its best if you create a simple patch which illustrates your 'issue' and then attach it to the post, its easier for others then to see what you might be doing wrong etc
id stick to factory objects initially, then once your happy with how patches work, then you can delve into the community library.
also a community member @janvantomme wrote a beginners book for Axoloti, more details can be found here , many users seems to enjoy it.
anyway, important thing... happy patching